Speech language pathologist focus on talking, cognition, chewing and swallowing. A small area of the body has a huge impact on life. The SLP creates a plan to address your goals using strategies to maximize your outcomes.
Speech-Language Pathology Addresses:
- Social Communications
How Speech-Language Pathology Helps:
- Increased Independance
Once a SLP evaluates and implements your specific therapy plan, you may achieve more independence with communication and swallowing function.
- Optimal Communication
Whether it is communicating needs, conversing with family or just saying hello, communication is key to the human experience. Improved communication creates a positive impact on your health and personal interaction.
- Optimal Nutrition
Correcting an impaired ability to swallow can open the way for a much better opportunity to partake of nutritious, delicious foods safely.
- Early Detection
A SLP assessment and plan of care can help delay the progression of speech, language and swallowing impairment caused by injury, disorders or disease.