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A speech and language disorder is the inability to understand and/or appropriately use speech and language in a meaningful way. Disorders may vary in severity from slight misarticulating to being completely unable to communicate.
We offer a service to adults and children with swallowing, communication or voice disorders.
We can help with the following:
- Communication problems
- Voice disorders
- Receptive and/or expressive language delays
- Cognitive disorders
- Cleft lips
- Dysarthria (motor speech disorder resulting from a neurological injury
Those who have difficulty speaking or swallowing are likely have:
- Developmental disabilities
- Hearing loss
- Specific Language Impairment
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Neurodegenerative disease
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome and other genetic conditions
WHAT ARE THE STEPS FOLLOWED AT BERLIN REHABILITATION CENTER?
In order to draw the best plan for our patient, we would assess the condition, which would include asking the parents a few questions about their child, check for any hearing loss, go through the medical history, and run some tests. After we evaluate our findings, we move on to draft a therapeutic plan.
We would provide individual and group therapy to improve cognition, communication and swallowing disorders
3- Coordinated Care
In some cases, we may provide coordinated care with other therapists at Berlin Rehabilitation Center, such as occupational therapists, physical therapists, or psychologists
Training families and caregivers on how to provide care at home after the sessions are completed.
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