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Adult Services

Our speech-language pathologists have extensive experience with a variety of medical diagnoses and disorders as well as non-medical communication needs, such as voice altering and accent modification.   Our SLPs have experience working in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and other rehabilitation centers and are determined to help our clients continue their progress and improve their quality of life.  We collaborate with our clients in order to design treatment plans that will best meet each person's individual needs.   

Recovery, Rehabilitation, Renewal

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Our specialties:

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More than 15 million Americans have a swallowing disorder.  They can occur at any age for a number of reasons.  Our team has experience in swallowing rehabilitation, diet, and environmental modifications to help you enjoy meal time with your friends and family.

Swallowing Therapy

  • apraxia of speech / oral motor disorders

  • cognitive communication disorders

  • expressive language disorders 

  • articulation/phonological disorders

  • dysarthria

  • aphasia

  • social/pragmatic deficits

  • orofacial myofunctional disorders

  • receptive language (comprehension) disorders

  • dysphagia

  • hearing impaired/cochlear implant rehabilitation

  • auditory and language processing disorders

  • fluency/stuttering disorders

  • voice disorders and differences

  • accent modification

  • & more!


Now Accepting Medicare

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Special Populations

"Positivity is everything"

Speech, language, feeding, swallowing and cognitive disorders may coincide with various other medical diagnoses.  Our  clinicians have additional training to provide specialized treatment to adults with diagnoses, such as: ​

  • Stroke

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Hearing Loss

  • Dementia

  • & much more

Cognitive Therapy

There are countless causes of cognitive changes or decline.  We get to the bottom of that cause and work with your strengths to improve cognitive function and establish compensatory strategies to help you live life on your terms and with as much independence as possible.

Voice Therapy

Voice disorders impact 7.5 million Americans.  Voice disorders typically effect loudness, pitch, and quality.

 Service Types

  • 1:1 Individual Therapy

  • Speech, Language, Cognitive Assessment

  • Feeding/Swallowing Assessment

  • Free Screening

  • Free Consultation


Screenings are quick and simple!  A screening takes about 10 minutes as our therapist looks at general skills to determine if anything needs to be investigated with more detail.  You, or your loved one, may pass the screening, not needing therapy, or show the need for an in-depth assessment to confirm or rule out a diagnosis and develop a treatment plan if necessary.


Assessments are conducted utilizing clinical observation, standardized and non-standardized testing instruments, and patient interview as appropriate. Following this assessment, you will be provided with a diagnosis and with a formal written report, which includes a proposed treatment plan.  Every client is unique and therefore treatment plans are designed in collaboration with the patient/caregiver to fulfill each patient's individual needs, while also being guided by research and clinical evidence.

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Many careers (such as teachers, lawyers, preachers, entertainers) require frequent voice use resulting in voice disorders.  Before going through a potentially damaging surgery, we work with clients to repair their voice and establish healthy voice use.  Patients impacted by Parkinson's Disease or other neurological disorders are often excellent candidates for voice treatment.

All clients have different desires and needs.  We want our clients to be open and honest with us so that we can help you obtain the best possible outcomes.  Many of our clients come to us after a long road, both physically and emotionally.  We are here to support you on the journey to recovery by providing therapy and resources for both you, the client, and your family/caregivers.

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