We know that communication is key to success at home, work and in relationships. Speech disorders can mean a person has difficulty producing sounds in syllables or saying words incorrectly to the point that listeners can’t understand what’s being said. Our therapists will help establish goals and create a custom treatment plan to help achieve them.
Adult Speech Therapy
Isn’t It Time We Talked?
The Goal is Simple: More Effective Communication
If you or a loved one has a speech disorder that makes it hard for others to understand what’s being said, speech therapy can help. We are here to help you achieve your goals.
Adult Speech Therapy Services
At Connections, we offer Speech Therapy for the following
Apraxia is a motor speech disorder that makes it hard to speak. If you have apraxia of speech, you will have problems saying sounds correctly. We can help.
Dysarthria is caused by muscle weakness and can make it it hard for you to talk. Dysarthria can happen because of damage to the brain from stroke, tumors, Parkinson's disease, Cerebral palsy and other factors.
Our SLPs develop specific treatment programs that can help you speak more fluently, communicate more effectively, and participate more fully in life activities.
Some voice problems last for a short time while others may last longer. Voice problems can include vocal fold nodules and polyps, vocal fold paralysis, paradoxical vocal fold movement and spasmodic dysphonia.
An accent is not a speech or language disorder. But for some people, an accent can can make work, school, or other activities harder. An SLP can evaluate and offer help.
Questions regarding Speech Therapy? Contact us today.