Speech Therapy

Solutions For Seniors
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Speech therapists help you improve your quality of life.

Speech, language, swallowing, voice, and cognitive abilities affect every aspect of our daily life. Speech Therapists work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders.
Difficulty or inability to swallow
Eating and dietary issues
Need for supplemental nutrition
Altered diets
Memory or cognitive problems
Communication impairments
Adaptive options for speech or swallowing
Prevention of future injury and chronic disease
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Benefits of Speech Therapy

  1. Improved ability to communicate with friends and loved ones: Communication is made up with different components such as language(grammar, word finding), speech(pronunciation), and voice. Aphasia, Parkinson’s, or stroke can affect different components in different ways. If you have difficulty with communicating with your loved ones, speech therapist can help you improve and/or find the best way to communicate with staff and loved ones. 
  2. Improved ability to process and recall information. Speech therapists can help with improving and maintaining memory via exercises and strategies. They could also come up with signs and visual aids to help you improve your memory and orientation.
  3. Improved ability to eat and swallow: If you are diagnosed with dysphagia, speech therapist can improve your swallowing function via evidence based exercises and upgrade your diet as you progress. 
  4. Improved independence: If you have trouble with managing your own medication, schedules, or basic finances, speech therapist can help you get better at these tasks via practice or personalized strategies.
  5. Improved or maintaining cognitive abilities. Brain is like a muscle. If you don’t use it you lose it. Speech therapy can provide challenges and exercises that can benefit your brain health. 
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make..”
Dr. Jane Goodall
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