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Our speech-language pathologists are healthcare professionals educated and trained to evaluate and treat individuals of all ages with a variety of communication, cognitive, or swallowing problems.
Receptive language — Understanding spoken or written language.
Expressive language — Ability to communicate wants, needs, and thoughts through words, sentences, gestures, and writing.
Articulation — Production of sounds to make words.
Cognition — Ability to think, concentrate, remember, reason, and put ideas together.
Feeding | Swallowing — The process of food entering the mouth, chewing, and swallowing.
Stuttering — Disruption in the fluency of speech.
Social language — Understanding and appropriate use of language in social situations.
Voice and resonance — Quality, loudness, and pitch of voice.
Augmentative-alternative communication —Verbal communication is supplemented or replaced by other methods.
Our team can also assist with an autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, children with a history of delayed developmental milestones, cleft lip, cleft palate, dementia, Parkinson's Disease, stroke, aphasia, and traumatic brain injury.
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