Speech-Language

The Speech-Language Pathologist, available on a consultant basis, provides therapy to those patients with speech impairments and post-stroke difficulties, assesses memory loss, teaches coping strategies, and sets up alternative communication systems if needed.

The speech pathologist also addresses swallowing difficulties, identifies problems, recommends required tests, follows-up with physicians, initiates therapies, and provides patient, family, and staff education.

The speech pathologist participates in discharge planning and makes referrals to appropriate agencies and therapists in the community.

Testimonials

A note to thank you for the great care you gave me

Just a note to thank you for the great care you gave me while I was recovering from my surgery. Read more “A note to thank you for the great care you gave me”

Helen Caffarelli

The words “thank you” are not enough

The words “thank you” are not enough to say how much we appreciate what the staff has done for my husband Benny and me. Read more “The words “thank you” are not enough”

Benny and Virginia Vasis