At Comfort Home Health Agency, our speech therapy program helps those with communication disorders, including speech, language, swallowing, cognitive-communication, social communication, pragmatics, auditory processing, fluency (stuttering), and voice disorders and such. Our Speech Therapists are certified to assists a patient’s speech therapy needs be it a child or adult.
What you need to know
Speech disorder affects a person’s ability to communicate with other people. Inability to make the right sound and learn words are really challenging. If you experience these symptoms, consider taking speech therapy to help you improve your speech disorder.
- Adding unnecessary sounds or words when speaking
- Frequently make jerky movements while speaking.
- Frequent blinking
- Word Repetition
- Prolongations of sounds
- Lip tremors
- Sudden Head Movements
- Extremely quiet
- Difficulty moving your tongue or your mouth
You may wonder how speech disorders develop. Although a number comes from a disability since birth, few factors can affect it too, such as:
- Psychological trauma
- Down Syndrome
- Hearing Loss
- Damaged Vocal Cords
- Muscle Weakness