Thank you for taking the time to visit our new blog. This blog will be the future home for news, resources and tips about adult and child speech therapy. Whether you are looking out for the best interests of your child or dealing with a parent with:
Receptive Language and Expressive Language
Receptive Language is the processing and understanding of language. Expressive Language is the ability to express oneself through use of language.
Executive functions consist of fundamental skills that allow the brain to organize and act on information.
An articulation disorder is the decreased production of sounds including substitutions, omissions, additions or distortions that may result in reduced speech intelligibility.
After a hospitalization for an accident, stroke, brain injury, individuals may have a swallowing difficulty, also known as dysphagia.
For individuals that have experienced head trauma, a brain injury, or a stroke, cognition and executive functions can be compromised.
An articulation disorder involves problems making sounds. Sounds can be substituted, left off, added or changed. These errors may make it hard for people to understand you.
Rebecca is specially trained in LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment) for clients with Parkinson’s disease.
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