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Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy

MIND & MOBILITY offers in-home speech therapy throughout South Florida. We understand the critical importance of providing excellent services to our precious seniors. You have our commitment to assist your loved ones as they courageously battle through a stroke or dementia or another issue which requires attention.

It feels most stressful to your loved one and we empathize with them as they work to return to normalcy. Contact us right away at 800.650.5289 to schedule a consultation or call us at Miami, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale & West Palm Beach, FL Centers. It is crucial that we take prompt action in helping mom, dad or that special someone to work towards a full recovery.

“American Senior Communities” posted in a 2014 article about speech therapy’s critical nature in dealing with elderly people, saying that “the ability to communicate effectively is important at any age, but for seniors it is absolutely vital.” The article goes on to say that if a senior cannot successfully describe ‘what they need, where they hurt, or what is wrong in general, an emergency situation can easily occur.”

Our therapists have a protocol in place to help your loved one make steady progress to be able to communicate more effectively. After our comprehensive evaluation can determine if the problem is language-based and what the best plan is to mitigate it. As we age, according to American Senior Communities, speech therapy can help seniors learn how to speak, using vocal exercises to help them communicate effectively once again.

Caregivers reading this know that speech therapy is often necessary following a stroke. The ASC reports that this type of language impairment is called aphasia, which is a communication disorder impairing a person’s ability to use and comprehend language. One in four having a stroke require speech therapy. Recovering speech after a stroke is possible, especially if treatment is started immediately.

Our speech-language pathologists are trained to focus on speech, language, voice, cognition and swallowing problems with the geriatric population.