Speech Therapy focuses on receptive language – the ability to understand words spoken to you – and expressive language – the ability to use words to express yourself. Speech therapists assess, diagnose, treat and help to prevent disorders related to speech language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing and fluency. A speech therapist works with people of all ages after a stroke or traumatic accident, working on delayed milestones, swallowing difficulties, stuttering issues, voice disorders and other communication problems.

Therapy Solutions specialize in assessing, diagnosing and treating a wide range of disorders. Our speech therapist works to maximize clients’ potential by working collaboratively with the client, medical professionals and families to provide comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic services.Therapy is goal-oriented and client-centered, and the therapist works with you to create goals that are relevant and applicable in everyday life.


What is a Language Disorder?

Language disorders are receptive, the ability to understand or process words spoken to you or expressive, the ability to use words to express yourself (your wants, needs or thoughts) as well as using language in a socially appropriate way.

What is a Speech Disorder?

Speech disorders are an impairment of the articulation of speech sounds, fluency or voice.


What is a Swallowing Disorder?

Swallowing disorder, also called dysphagia, can involve impairment of the mouth, throat or esophagus during swallowing, which can lead to aspiration pneumonia, dehydration, malnutrition or reduced quality of life. The problem can occur at any stage of the normal swallowing process, in which difficulties can range from a total inability to swallow to coughing or choking which is referred to as aspiration. - Information provided by National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.

If you have any concerns about your child's development, contact your primary care physician about a referral or contact us directly.


Developmental delays/disorders:

  • ​Articulation and phonological disorders.
  • Augmentative and alternative communication.
  • Aural rehabilitation.
  • Cognitive or other developmental delays.
  • Fluency disorders.
  • Language disorders.
  • Motor speech disorders.
  • Pragmatic/social language disorders
  • Receptive and expressive language disorders.
  • Swallowing disorders.
  • Voice disorders.