Speech Therapy

How Speech Language Therapy Can Help After a Stroke

Speech therapy can make a big difference to those who have suffered strokes, but one of the most important things to remember is that treatment should be tailored to each patient’s specific needs and therapeutic…

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Signs of a Receptive, Expressive and/or Social Pragmatic Language Disorder

Receptive, expressive and social/pragmatic language are considered critical milestones in a child’s life, but sometimes they are delayed. It’s important that parents and caregivers pay attention to the signs that a child is slowly progressing,…

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Speech Therapy After Stroke

Stroke Overview Strokes are caused either by a blockage of the blood vessels in the brain or by bleeding in or around the brain, and they can happen to anyone of any age at any…

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