Speech-Language Therapy

ProCare3's Goal is Functional and Supportive Communication

  • Communication is extremely important to the social being of all individuals.
  • A Speech-Language Therapist assesses the speech and language needs of the individual and provides activities which can help remediate or augment the communication process.
  • Communication is any means by which an individual relates experiences, ideas, knowledge, and feelings to others - including:

  • Speech-Language Therapists evaluate and treat:
    • Receptive Language (Understanding)
    • Expressive Language (Conveying a message)
    • Sentence Content and Length
    • Augmentative Communication
    • Attention to Task
    • Family Support in Communication
    • Program Consultation
    • Communication for Competitive Employment
    • Dysphagia (Swallowing)
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Social Interaction
    • Vocabulary
    • Sign Language
    • Dysfluency (Stuttering)
    • Non-Verbal Communication
    • Articulation (Production of sounds)
    • Dysarthria (Slurred speech)
    • Apraxia (Inability to form words)
    • Aphasia (Problem solving, reasoning, orientation, and memory)