In-Home Speech Therapy
Communication is one of the most important skills needed in society. Through proper communication we are able to connect with people and share our world. Speech Therapists focus on correcting and alleviating speech and language disorders, stuttering, inappropriate pitch or tone, voice disorders, etc. Sometimes, due to illness or personal trauma, people are unable to communicate properly and have extreme difficulty expressing what they are trying to say.
Forever Young’s In-Home Speech Therapy staff is here to help. If you, or someone you know, needs help with communication, our in-home speech therapy services could be the ideal solution. Our speech therapists are qualified and standing by to serve your needs. Our Licensed Speech Therapists here are Forever Young Home Care Agency can provide you with the knowledge and training to get past your communication roadblocks. Most importantly, rather than making you travel, we come to you! We will work on your speech therapy needs in the comfort of your own home.
Our therapists work closely with our patients and their families to first assess and then develop the best plan of care to improve language, speech and swallowing disorders caused by an injury or illness. We focus on teaching strategies to patients and their families that can be used even when Forever Young is no longer there. The goal of our in-home speech therapy program is to help an individual regain the ability to communicate in their day to day activities. Our therapists treat a variety of impairments associated with head and neck injuries, strokes, hearing loss, and developmental disorders. Through our in-home speech therapy program, we can help our patients return themselves into society, showing the world their beautiful voice and expressing their beautiful thoughts.
In-Home Speech Therapy Services:
- Assist with voice disorders
- Assist with speech disorders
- Assist with swallowing disorders
- Assist with listening disorders
- Assist with social skills
- Neurological conditions
- Hearing loss
- Head and neck injuries
- Developmental issues
- Problem solving and memory