Speech-Language Pathology Services

A big part of experiencing the world around us requires communication. People often feel as though a piece of themselves is missing when they lose their capacity to express themselves or comprehend those around them.

A range of illnesses can affect our capacity to hear and understand others, as well as convey our thoughts, feelings, and ideas, from childhood to adulthood and old age. Speech-language Pathology (SLP) assists persons with a variety of communication impairments. Articulation treatment focuses on forming accurate pronunciation, helping in removing a lisp or correctly pronouncing specific letters. Stuttering is treated through instructional tactics to increase speech fluency, and voice therapy is used to correct abnormalities of the vocal cords and other body parts that are required to speak clearly.

Language comprehension can also be a focus of speech therapy, whether it be developmental, following the implantation of a cochlear implant to restore hearing, or following a stroke. Despite the fact that some speech therapy patients are able to speak, others may have difficulty employing proper communication skills.

Speech-Language Pathology (SLP)

Patients who are in rehab for things like stroke recovery, a traumatic brain injury (TBI), or progressive neurological diseases can suffer from problems like aphasia, dysphagia, dysarthria and apraxia, which affect the ability to comprehend and produce speech. Working with a trained Speech-Language Pathologist can help these patients to regain and improve their communication skills and ability to safely eat and drink.

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These difficulties might range from playing with their friends and forming relationships owing to autistic concerns to successfully returning to work after a severe brain injury. SLP helps people develop social communication skills and increase their capacity to do tasks that are important for everyday living.

Some people with communication difficulties may be unable to express themselves using their own voice, gestures, facial expressions, or writing. Based on each person’s unique situation, SLPs seek to develop different ways to offer the power of communication to all.

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SPL aids in the production of spoken sounds. It refers to how humans pronounce sounds and combine them into words. It is also beneficial in terms of language. It can assist us in reading and writing. It can aid social communication, voice, fluency in speech, cognitive communication, nutrition, and swallowing. Poor nutrition, weight loss, and other health issues may result from a swallowing dysfunction. Give Allegiant Home Care a call now.


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