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When Speech Therapy Is The Next Step In Patient Recovery, It's Good To Know That Expert, Individualized Care Is Also Close To Home

Speech therapy is the treatment of communication disorders including speech, language, and swallowing disorders. This therapy is provided by a speech-language pathologist. A speech-language pathologist (SLP) is a specialist who is trained in the techniques, strategies, and interventions developed to improve or correct communication and swallowing disorders.

Outpatient Speech Therapy

Outpatient Speech Therapy services provide assessment and treatment of swallowing, cognitive-linguistic, voice, speech, and language disorders.

Inpatient Speech Therapy

Inpatient Speech Therapy services provide evaluation and treatment of speech, language and swallowing disorders for hospitalized patients.

Pediatric Speech Therapy

Pediatric Speech Therapy services provide developmental intervention for children who do not demonstrate age-appropriate speech, language and swallowing skills.

A patient can only participate in Speech Therapy through a physician referral.
To make a referral or for additional information, please call (843) 487-1536.



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