Adult Speech Therapy

What We Do

At Crossroads we recognize the need for speech therapy is not exclusive to toddlers and children. There are several different reasons adults may also need to see a speech therapist, for reasons such as a traumatic brain injury, autism, vocal nodules, fluency, articulation challenges, and more. At Crossroads we are experienced in all adult speech and language disorders and love to help our adult clients overcome their challenges.

How can a Speech-Language Pathologist help adults with speech and language disorders?

Treatment will vary depending on the nature and severity of the problem, the age of the adult, and the individual’s awareness of the problem. Speech-Language Pathologists select intervention approaches based on the highest quality of scientific evidence available in order to:

  • Help adults with articulation disorders to learn how to pronounce speech sounds correctly

  • Assist individuals with voice disorders to develop proper control of the vocal and respiratory systems for correct and safe voice production

  • Assist adults who stutter to increase their fluency

  • Help language disorders to improve language comprehension and production (e.g., grammar, vocabulary, conversation, and story-telling skills)

  • Assist adults with aphasia to improve comprehension of speech and reading and production of spoken and written language

  • Assist adult individuals with severe communication disorders with the use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems, including speech-generating devices (SGDs)

  • Help individual adults with speech and language disorders and their communication partners understand the disorders to achieve more effective communication in educational, social, and vocational settings

  • Advise individuals and the community on how to prevent speech and language disorders

Our Speech Pathologists are experts in helping adults with:

Adult Speech therapy

Teletherapy Available

For your convenience, our speech-language pathologists(SLPs) can provide all of the same in person services live and online, through a fully-secure, HIPAA-compliant platform, and can do so with a high degree of effectiveness, efficiency and flexibility. We are here to help.
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  • Articulation & Phonology

  • Auditory Processing

  • Fluency & Stuttering

  • Language Disorders

  • Neurological

  • Autism & Asperger's

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Aphasia

  • Feeding & Swallowing

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Cognitive Rehabilitation

  • Pragmatic Language

  • Social Skills

  • Accent Reduction

  • Voice Modification

  • Voice Disorder

How can a Speech-Language Pathologist help individuals with speech and language disorders?

Treatment will vary depending on the nature and severity of the problem, the age of the individual, and the individual’s awareness of the problem. Speech-Language Pathologists select intervention approaches based on the highest quality of scientific evidence available in order to:

  • Help adults with articulation disorders to learn how to pronounce speech sounds correctly

  • Assist individuals with voice disorders to develop proper control of the vocal and respiratory systems for correct and safe voice production

  • Assist adults who stutter to increase their fluency

  • Help language disorders to improve language comprehension and production (e.g., grammar, vocabulary, conversation, and story-telling skills)

  • Assist adults with aphasia to improve comprehension of speech and reading and production of spoken and written language

  • Assist adult individuals with severe communication disorders with the use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems, including speech-generating devices (SGDs)

  • Help individual adults with speech and language disorders and their communication partners understand the disorders to achieve more effective communication in educational, social, and vocational settings

  • Advise individuals and the community on how to prevent speech and language disorders

Our Speech Pathologists are experts in:

  • Voice Disorder

  • Voice Modification

  • Accent Reduction

  • Social Skills

  • Pragmatic Language

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Cognitive Rehabilitation

  • Feeding & Swallowing

  • Aphasia

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Autism & Asperger's

  • Neurological

  • Language Disorders

  • Fluency & Stuttering

  • Articulation & Phonology

  • Auditory Processing

Adult Speech therapy

Teletherapy Available

For your convenience, our speech-language pathologists(SLPs) can provide all of the same in person services live and online, through a fully-secure, HIPAA-compliant platform, and can do so with a high degree of effectiveness, efficiency and flexibility. We are here to help.
Contact us

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