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The Speech-Language Pathology department provides services to inpatients and outpatients suffering from disorders related to aphasia, voice, articulation, stuttering, laryngectomy and hearing loss, and cognitive retraining for patients with head injuries and other neurological impairments include writing, reading and swallowing.
Evaluation and treatment of children with speech and language disorders is also available.
The Speech-Language Pathologist, in conjunction with the otolaryngologist, uses videostroboscopy to assess vocal cords, and work with radiology to evaluate patients with swallowing disorders.
For referrals and/or further questions, please call 802-748-5126 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assessment and treatment for patients experiencing difficulties with the following:
- Language – Spoken and written
- Speech Production
- Auditory Habilitation/Rehabilitation
- Additional services include
- Transgender/Gender Affirming Communication (e.g., voice, verbal and nonverbal communication)
- Preventive Vocal Hygiene
- Business Communication
- Accent/Dialect Modification
- And Professional Voice Use
Who may benefit?
Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease, oropharyngeal cancer, recurrent pneumonia, tracheostomy, ALS, dementia, mental status change, prolonged intubation, or other conditions affecting speech and language.