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The Speech and Language Pathology Department at our institution provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment services for individuals with communication and swallowing disorders. Our team of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) specializes in assessing and treating a wide range of conditions affecting speech, language, voice, fluency, cognition, and swallowing.

Our Speech and Language Pathology Department provides assessment and therapy services for speech sound disorders, language delays, cognitive-communication deficits, swallowing disorders, voice disorders, AAC, and pediatric and adult communication disorders.

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What is speech and language pathology?

Speech and language pathology, also known as speech therapy, is a field of healthcare focused on evaluating, diagnosing, and treating communication and swallowing disorders.

What conditions do speech and language pathologists treat?

Speech and language pathologists (SLPs) treat a wide range of conditions, including speech sound disorders, language delays, stuttering, voice disorders, cognitive-communication deficits, swallowing disorders (dysphagia), and more.

When should I seek speech therapy for my child?

You may consider seeking speech therapy for your child if they are experiencing difficulties with speech production, language development, understanding and following directions, social communication, or feeding and swallowing.

How do I know if I need speech therapy?

You may benefit from speech therapy if you have difficulties with speech articulation, stuttering, voice quality, language comprehension or expression, cognitive-communication skills, or swallowing function.

How long does speech therapy take?

The duration of speech therapy varies depending on the individual's needs, the severity of the disorder, and the goals of therapy. Some individuals may see improvements in a few weeks, while others may require ongoing therapy over several months or years.

Is speech therapy covered by insurance?

Many health insurance plans provide coverage for speech therapy services, but coverage varies depending on the specific plan and policy. It's essential to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage and any potential out-of-pocket costs.

Can adults benefit from speech therapy?

Yes, adults can benefit from speech therapy for a variety of communication and swallowing disorders. Speech therapy can help improve speech articulation, voice quality, language skills, cognitive-communication abilities, and swallowing function in adults with neurological conditions, head and neck cancer, or other medical issues.

How do I find a speech and language pathologist?

You can find a speech and language pathologist by asking for referrals from your primary care physician, pediatrician, or other healthcare providers. You can also search online directories or contact local hospitals, clinics, or schools that offer speech therapy services.

These are just a few common questions about speech and language pathology. If you have specific concerns or inquiries, it’s essential to consult with a qualified speech-language pathologist for personalized guidance and recommendations.