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Speech Therapy

Speech therapy can treat a broad range of speech and language delays and disorders in children and adults. With early intervention, speech therapy can

improve communication and boost self-confidence.



$  What happens during speech therapy?


Speech therapy usually begins with an assessment by an SLP who will identify the type of

communication disorder

 and the best way to treat it.


$ Speech therapy for children


For your child, speech therapy may take place in a classroom or small group, or one-on-one, depending on the speech disorder. Speech therapy exercises

and activities vary depending on your child’s disorder, age, and needs. During speech therapy for children, the SLP may:

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interact through talking and playing, and using books, pictures other objects as part of language intervention to help stimulate language development

model correct sounds and syllables for a child during age-appropriate play to teach the child how to make certain sounds

provide strategies and homework for the child and parent or caregiver on how to do speech therapy at home


$ Speech therapy for adults


Speech therapy for adults also begins with assessment to determine your needs and the best treatment. Speech therapy exercises for adults can help you

with speech, language, and cognitive communication.

Therapy may also include retraining of swallowing function if an injury or medical condition, such as

Parkinson’s disease


oral cancer

 has caused

swallowing difficulties.



Exercises may involve:

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problem solving, memory, and organization, and other activities geared at improving cognitive communication

conversational tactics to improve social communication

breathing exercises

 for resonance

exercises to strengthen oral muscles

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$ How long do you need speech therapy?


`The amount of time a person needs speech therapy depends on a few factors, including:

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their age

type and severity of the speech disorder

frequency of therapy

underlying medical condition

treatment of an underlying medical condition