A person who demonstrates difficulty with the production of sounds may have a speech disorder. Problems with articulation, fluency, resonance and voice may indicate a speech disorder.
A language disorder refers to a difficulty understanding or putting words together to communicate ideas.
Stuttering is a form of dysfluent speech that includes repetitions and/or prolongations of sounds, parts of words, words or phrases.
The vibration of our vocal cords creates our voice. Voice disorders occur when our vocal cords become injured.
Cognition refers to high-level thinking skills involving several mental processes.
Feeding & Swallowing Therapy
Dysphagia (dis-FAY-juh) is difficulty with swallowing. Feeding disorders arise when children present with difficulty eating.
Augmentative Comm. Therapy
AAC includes the use of all forms of communication other than the use of oral speech. When speech and language disorders are severe, AAC can help a person improve their ability to communicate.
Accent Reduction Therapy
An accent is the unique way of pronouncing speech by a group of people speaking the same language. Some people may have a desire to decrease or alter the way they speak to improve their pronunciation for efficient communication.
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