Speech Therapy

Speech therapists can help restore or improve the vital ability to connect verbally with others.

Speech-language pathologists and other professionals help people recover from strokes and other brain injuries and deterioration. They can also help clear up the misconceptions that

often surround speech problems. Conditions treated by speech therapists include:

  • Aphasia and dysphasia (difficulty communicating)
  • Swallowing difficulties
  • Voice disorders
  • Comprehension problems  

 

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