Speech Therapy - Services include the evaluation and treatment of speech, language (expressive, receptive, written and reading), voice, fluency, cognition and swallowing disorders, including video fluoroscopic swallow studies. A referral from a physician is required.
For more information call 920-623-2200, Ext. 1430.
Speech-language pathologists or speech therapists address communication and swallowing concerns, including speech and sound production, resonance, language (comprehension and expression) cognition, feeding and swallowing, voice, and fluency.
In some cases counseling may be offered instead of therapy. Therapy is administered in either a private or group setting, depending on the needs of the patient.
Speech-language pathologists assess speech and language development, treat speech and language disorders, and also address typical and atypical communication and swallowing.
· Speech Sound Production
Articulation, Apraxia of Speech, Dysarthria, Dyskinesia
Hypernasality, Hyponasality, Cul-de-sac Resonance, Mixed Resonance
· Language (comprehension and expression)
Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics (language use, social aspects of communication), Literacy (reading, writing, spelling), Prelinguistic Communication, Pralinguistic Communication
Attention, Memory, Sequencing, Problem Solving, Executive Functioning
· Feeding and Swallowing
Oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, esophageal, Orofacial Myology, including tongue thrust, Oral-motor Functions
Phonation Quality, Pitch, Loudness, Respiration