In-home speech therapy makes a tremendous difference in someone’s quality of life. It’s great for patients suffering from severe cognitive decline, difficulty swallowing, and other afflictions. Speech therapy also helps patients who can no longer pronounce words or struggle to form complete sentences.

Speech Therapy

The Many Benefits of In-Home Speech Therapy

Speech therapy can address many lifestyle difficulties that cause confusion and frustration for seniors and disabled individuals.

Help with Swallowing Problems

This is a common problem we encounter at Care Connections. There are, however, numerous ways to improve it through different motor exercises, dietary changes, postural adjustments, and electrical stimulation (i.e., VitalStim).

Cognitive Speech Therapy

Memory loss is a painful and frustrating contributor to speech deficiency. Therapists often address it with mental exercises and other means of reinvigorating the cognitive faculties.

Using Technology for Alternative Communication Options

Newer communication media allow us to lessen the burden of speech difficulty. We can use computers, smartphones, and even simple pictures to retrain and improve communication.

Other General Language Services

Many patients simply need a friendly guide or tutor to help with reading, writing, and other tasks. This includes strategies for sentence formulation, word-finding, and comprehension.

The best part is that we do this all within the comfort of a patient’s home. That eliminates all the potential disruptions to their daily routine. Plus, it keeps them in a comfortable and familiar environment, which helps offset anxiety.

Speech Therapy with Care Connections At Home

If you spend any length of time reviewing the services on our website, you’ll see that we cover many different in-home nursing needs. Speech therapy is one of our specialty services. Our kind, friendly, and trained speech-language pathologists (SLPs) help patients with all of the following:

  • Diagnosis of communicative difficulties
  • Treatments for swallowing disorders
  • Training for family and other caregivers
  • Assistance for clients of all ages
  • . . . and more!

We view it as our duty to handle speech disorders with the utmost care and patience. If you or someone you know suffers from conditions like these, you don’t have to settle for a lower standard of living. We can help you make gradual and significant adjustments.

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