Speech-Language Pathologists help patients of all ages with communication and swallowing issues and work to increase a person's ability to express their thoughts, ideas, and wishes.
Each patient receives an individualized evaluation by a Speech-Language Pathologist. At this time, a treatment plan and goals are established, based on the patient's needs and activities. We inform the healthcare provider of the treatment plan and of progress with treatment.
Appointments are now available through Telehealth.
709 W. Main St. I Therapy Services Department-Parking Lot 2, Entrance C-Elevator access, Parking Lot 1, Entrance B
- Cognitive Communications disorders
- Stroke Recovery (CVA)
- Devices & techniques for alternative communication
- Head injury
- Language disorders
- Memory deficits
- Parkinson's Therapy
- Swallowing disorders
- Voice disorders
What do I need to bring with me?
If your provider sent your Therapy Services referral (order) with you, the therapist will need this along with payment information such as your insurance card or worker’s compensation claim number and contact information.
How should I dress?
Casual and comfortable.
What happens during my visit?
- Arrive 10-15 minutes early to complete paperwork.
- The therapist will perform your initial evaluation.
- The therapist will discuss with you:
- Your medical history including medications and tests.
- Your current problems/complaints.
- How your daily activity or function is limited.
- Your goals for/with therapy.
How long will each session last?
Your initial evaluation may take up to 60 minutes. Each follow up visit may take up to 30-45 minutes.
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