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Speech Therapy

Language - Voice – Swallowing

Speech therapy, or “speech and language pathology,” covers a broad range of patients' needs, not only improving speech, but also swallowing. A speech therapist can help with reading and writing skills, with attention to needs such as attention span, memory, and judgment. Speech therapy can help improve your communication, depending on the condition for which you were prescribed. Speech therapy goals can differ from children to adults, who often have different goals in their treatment.

This specialized practice focuses on the treatment of adults who have voice problems, swallowing difficulties (Dysphagia), and speech-language communication issues. Offering individualized speech therapy utilizing standard evidence-based practices and new, advanced techniques backed by research.

Providing services for:

  • Dysphagia (swallowing disorders)
  • Voice Disorders
  • Parkinson’s/Huntington’s
  • Dementia/Alzheimer’s
  • Articulation Disorders (Dysarthria/Apraxia)
  • Stroke & Traumatic Brain Injury

Specialized services:

  • Modified Barium Swallow Studies (Cookie Swallow)

For more information in the Butler or Clarion Areas, call 833-602-2273. For the Westmoreland Area, call 877-771-1234.

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