Speech Therapy involves a variety of activities designed to improve functional independence by successfully treating:

Dysarthria

Distoned or slurred speech secondary to poor muscle control with emphasis on chewing and movement of the tongue.

Dysphagia

The difficulty or inability to swallow, resulting in the possibility of aspiration and or improper nutritional intake.

Cognitive Rehabilitation

An approach to the remediation of cognitive perceptial skills that focuses on how the individual acquires and uses knowledge.

Expressive Aphasia

The inability to speak.

Receptive Aphasia

The inability to comprehend speech.

Global Aphasia

The inability to speak or comprehend.