Dean's certified and licensed speech and language pathologists provide evaluation and treatment services to children and adults with:
- Speech or language delays
- Swallowing deficits
- Cleft palate
- Voice problems
- Chewing and swallowing problems
- Cognitive dysfunction, including learning disabilities
- Tongue trust
- Aphasia (loss of language - usually caused by stroke or brain injury) and other communicative disorders
Evaluation and therapy programs may be coordinated with other disciplines within the clinic, with community agencies and school systems, and family members to assure continuity of care.
Specific diagnostic services include videofluoroscopic swallowing studies, videostroboscopic laryngeal evaluations, instrumental analysis of vocal function, and standardized cognitive-linguistic testing.
How Can I Receive Speech Therapy Services?
A physician referral is required for speech therapy services. If you don't have a primary care provider, please use our Provider Directory
to find a provider that meets your needs.