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

Sincere gratitude for all of the wonderful care you have been giving to my mother

I just wanted to write a quick note to express my sincere gratitude for all of the wonderful care you have been giving to my mother. Read more “Sincere gratitude for all of the wonderful care you have been giving to my mother”

Kara Belland

Professional, kind, concerned, and thoughtful

The program was intense and consistently handled by the staff who were not only professional but kind, concerned and thoughtful. Read more “Professional, kind, concerned, and thoughtful”

Raymond F. Cugini