Language Therapy can be beneficial for adults who struggle with speech and language difficulties. One common language disorder is Aphasia, which can happen when the brain has some kind of trauma. This can be due to a stroke or a head injury. Damage on the left side of the brain may lead to language problems.
Adult Language Therapy
Keep Talking About the “Good ol’ Days”
Damage on the right side of the brain may cause other problems, such as poor attention and memory. Aphasia may make it hard for you to understand, speak, read, or write. Our therapists can help.
Other Adult Services
Language Therapy can be beneficial for adults who struggle with speech and language difficulties or other medical conditions that limit communication skills. Language therapy can help your loved one understand others and share their thoughts and feelings. Communication skills are important and therapy can help improve your loved one’s quality of life.
Including dementia, brain injuries and cancer.
Including Augmentative and Alternative Communication and speech for people with Tracheostomies or Ventilators.
Swallowing and Feeding
We have Speech-Language Pathologists who specialize in swallowing disorders and can evaluate individuals who are experiencing problems eating and drinking to prevent choking.