A speech language pathologist works to help prevent, assess and treat speech, language and swallowing disorders.
These professionals can work with patients suffering from strokes, physical trauma, neurological diseases, TBIs and more. They provide expressive language therapy, cognitive therapy, vital stim electro therapy along with other forms of therapy specific to the patient’s needs.
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