Speech Language Therapy

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The award-winning speech therapy site where Play Advances Language from speech and language expert Sherry Artemenko.

From robots that play peekaboo, to speech recognition software that analyses TV shows, tech is being used to aid human communication

Children who are not verbal need speech therapy just as much as individuals who are verbal. Here are 5 important reasons why.

If you or someone you love has any difficulty with speech, language, or swallowing, speech language therapy can help you find your voice.

Janet Pennington, speech-language pathologist, rehabiliation services, Mount Nittany Medical Center
Mount Nittany Health is pleased to announce the addition of Janet Pennington to Mount Nittany Medical Center Rehabilitation Services as a speech-language pathologist
Janet, who has been practicing as a licensed speech-language pathologist in Altoona for more than forty years, will provide outpatient services at the Medical Center. She holds a master’s degree in speech-language pathology…

It could be a breakthrough technology for people who use sign language to communicate–and anyone who doesn’t know it.

New Smart Glove Turns Sign Language Into Text and Speech For those who are hard of hearing, products such as MotionSavvy, founded by a team of students from

Working with a speech-language pathologist trained to provide therapy to autistic children can make a big impact. Learn more about autism at Everyday Health.

Effective communication is necessary for success in all aspects of life. Lifesteps Speech & Language Services provide communication strategies for children and adults who have speech & language delays and/or disabilities. Services help to build essential skills required to communicate clearly and confidently.
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Serving All Ages; Providing strategies to develop effective, clear and confident communication.

Aphasia can bring about a lot of speech and language problems that are to be treated for speech therapy. The kind of speech and language problems brought by Aphasia would highly depend on the kind of Aphasia that you may have. Broca's Aphasia Broca's Aphasia is also known as motor aphasia. You can obtain this, if you damage your brain's frontal lobe, particularly at the frontal part of the lobe at your language-dominant side. If Broca's Aphasia is your case, then you may…

Speech - Language Therapy
The Speech-Language Pathology Department offers outpatient evaluation and treatment services to individuals with communication impairments, cognitive-communication, swallowing or voice problems caused by stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other forms of neurological conditions or trauma. For more information, please call (914) 597-2288
Speech and Language: Related Programs
The Swallow Center at Burke
FEESST (Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing and Sensory Testing) is an…

A stroke is one of the most catastrophic experiences an individual can undergo. Strokes often cause temporary or permanent paralysis on one side of the body. Balance, memory, speech, cognition, and vision may also be affected. In addition, muscle spasms and pain are common complications of a stroke. Because of these issues, stroke survivors may …

Open Lines provides premier speech therapy services for adults & children in the New York area. We also offer online therapy sessions with a certified therapist!

Intermediate Unit 1 is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Speech and Language Clinician.

Speech Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists are invited to attend a two day conference to learn more about an innovative tactile-sensory approach to speech therapy, hosted by
TalkTools®. The TalkTools® tactile-sensory approach uses therapy tools to train and transition muscle movements for speech production. This three part treatment plan for oral therapy includes 40 highly motivating motor activities to help improve phonation, resonation and speech clarity…