Speech and Language Rehabilitation Services
The Adult Services division of the Speech and Language Pathology Department provides individualized diagnostic and treatment services for adults with speech, language, voice, swallowing and cognitive deficits. Our goal is to help adults achieve their maximum communicative potential.
Our Speech and Language Rehabilitation Specialists will complete a comprehensive evaluation in order to determine the patient's communicative strengths and weaknesses. An individualized treatment program is developed in order to improve communicative skills. We offer individual and group treatment sessions to assist with achieving the treatment goals. Family involvement and education continues throughout the treatment program. Home programs are designed to enhance the progress to the home, work and social environments.
Conditions (diagnoses) treated by speech rehab services:
- Stroke Brain tumor
- AVM Traumatic brain injury
- Head and neck cancer Trismus
- Swallowing disorders Dementia
- Stuttering Voice disorders
- Motor speech disorders Parkinson's disease
- Accent reduction Spasmodic dysphonia
- Oromyofunctional disorders Paradoxical vocal cord dysfunction
Skills of Speech-Language Pathologists
Staff members have master's degrees, have earned the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC), and have specialized training in their chosen area of adult speech and language disorders. In addition, our department is a recognized training center for physicians and graduate-level students in speech and language pathology.
Coverage from most major insurance companies is accepted, but coverage for treatment depends on individual insurance benefits. Scholarship funding may be available.
According to Press Ganey surveys, our clients rated us above 90% on the likelihood of recommending our services.
- Rehabilitation Services and Programs
- Adult Rehabilitation
- Centers and Locations
- Men's Services
- Services and Benefits
- Speech and Language
- Stroke & Aphasia
- Post-Treatment Communication
- Center for Voice & Laryngeal Disorders
- Swallowing Disorders
- Trismus Program
- Head & Neck Cancer Program
- Oromyofunctional Disorders
- Coping With Dementia Program
- Paradoxical Vocal Cord Dysfunction
- Adolescent Communication
- Stuttering Center
- Motor Speech Disorders
- Accent Reduction Program
- Transition to Athletics Guidance
- Women’s Services
- Your First Visit
- Children's Rehabilitation
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Adult Rehabilitation