Speech and Language Pathology

Sometimes called speech therapists, speech-language pathologists work with children and adults to improve their ability to communicate with others. They also treat people with swallowing problems.

Specialties related to this treatment:

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Speech-language pathologists can:
  • Treat speech, language and voice problems caused by stroke, brain injury or deterioration, developmental delays, learning disabilities, cerebral palsy, cleft palate and hearing loss
  • Improve low volume and reduced or unclear speech
  • Teach ways to improve memory, problem solving and judgment
  • Treat swallowing problems and recommend a safe and appropriate diet
  • Provide aural (hearing) rehabilitation to help people with cochlear implants or hearing aids learn to interpret sound
  • Recommend other communication methods, including electronic devices and sign language
  • Help children with language developmental delay, feeding disorders and hearing problems

Conditions We Treat

Speech-language pathologists work with the full range of communication issues from infants to the elderly. We evaluate and treat speech, language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders, including those caused by:

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