Do you need a speech & language pathologist?
ACQUIRED LANGUAGE DISORDERS
Aphasia, cogntive-communication disorders from TBI or dementia, reading & writing disorders (alexia and agraphia), other symbolic communication disorders
Tension dysphonia, vocal-fold paralysis and paresis, vocal nodules & polyps
ACQUIRED SPEECH DISORDERS
Motor speech disorders, including dysarthria and apraxia of speech (AOS). Dysarthria typically results from stroke or some type of neural trauma, but are also seen in neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's Disease or ALS.
Known as dysphagia, this can arise from a multitude of medical issues, including head & neck cancer, stroke, dementia, complications from COPD, neuromuscular diseases like Parkinson's and ALS.
We offer accent modification or accent reduction services, adult education and test-prep, ESL/EFL instruction, and transgender voice therapy.
At GCR you will be provided with undivided attention and a level of personal care uncommon to most therapy environments.
Our evaluations are a cut above the average. We spend time with you and you and your family to provide detailed, understandable assessments and treatment plans so there is never a question as to your goals. We operate from the standpoint of Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) and always ensure that your care is coordinated with ENT, neurology, oncology, psychology, and other medical professionals.