Outpatient Speech Language Therapy

Outpatient Speech Language Therapy Services

Communication has the power to educate, inspire and increase independence. Wind River Family and Community Health Care Rehabilitative Therapy Center provides both pediatric and adult Speech Therapy Services.

What Is Pediatric Speech Therapy
Speech Language Pathologists provide skilled treatment to infants and children with communication or swallowing needs.The goal of speech language therapy is to help your children understand and use language, increase vocabulary, use clear speech sounds and treat swallowing disorders.
What does Pediatric Speech Therapy Address?
• Speech Articulation/Childhood Apraxia of Speech

• Phonological Disorders

• Fluency/Stuttering

• Developmental Receptive/Expressive Language Disorders

• Swallowing

• Pragmatics Social Communication Skills

• Auditory Processing Disorder

• Augmentative/Alternative Communication

• Cleft Palate

• Caregiver/Parent Education

•Language and Speech Developmental Milestones

Our specialized pediatric therapy services address communication challenges that may be present secondary to the following:

• Autism Spectrum Disorder

• Cognitive/Developmental Delays

• Down Syndrome

• Hearing Impairments or history of recurring ear infections

• Cerebral Palsy

• Cleft Palate

• Genetic Disorders And More
Why Might an Adult Need Speech Therapy?
After a medical setback one might struggle with something as simple as saying “hello” or “can you help me”. Wind River Cares Speech Therapy services help one restore or improve abilities such as thinking, speaking, or swallowing. Someone who may benefit from speech therapy may have the following symptoms: Difficulty speaking clearly, Issues with swallowing, Difficulty stringing words or phrases together, Difficulty writing or reading, Stuttering, Chronic sore throat pain in the vocal cords.
What Does Adult Speech Therapy Address?
• Cognition/Memory

• Speech/Language Disorders (Apraxia, Dysarthria, Aphasia)

• Swallowing Disorders (Dysphagia)

•Augmentative Alternative Communication AAC

Our specialized therapy services address communication challenges that may be present secondary to the following:

• Dementia/Aging

• Stroke

• Brain Injuries

• Laryngeal Cancer

• Oral Cancer

• Autism Spectrum Disorder And More