Speech/Language and Swallowing Program

Rehabologym offers comprehensive speech services including interventions for improved speech and voice, language and communication, memory and cognition, and swallow function.

Treated conditions:

  • Aphasia
  • Verbal Apraxia
  • Dysarthria
  • Dysphonia
  • Cognitive-linguistic impairments
  • Dysphagia

Reach 4 Speech – Combined Speech Therapy & Occupational Therapy

Rehabologym is proud to offer a unique combination of utilizing the expertise of Speech Language Pathology and Occupational Therapy combined within the same session to offer intensive, customized skilled therapy for improved Speech, Voice, Language, Communication, Memory and Cognition needed for Activities of Daily Living.

Rehabologym’s Reach 4 Speech Program uses cutting edge technologies for assessments and treatments of a variety of conditions to enhance quality of life with focus on  Language, Cognition and Functional Communication.


Speech/Language and Swallowing Program (ST) Services:

  • 1:1 Skilled Intensive Customized Services
    • Speech Therapy (ST)
  • Complimentary Consultations (ST)
  • Comprehensive Evaluations (ST) 
  • Comprehensive Aphasia assessments and therapy (ST)
  • Voice therapy with biofeedback software to improve pitch, loudness, and vocal quality for speech (ST)
  • Assessment and training with augmentative communication devices including Lingraphica Aphasia software (ST)
  • Cognitive-linguistic and memory therapy (ST)
  • Comprehensive swallow assessments and therapy to improve safe eating and drinking (ST)
  • VitalStim swallow therapy with FES (Functional Electrical Stimulation) technology to improve strength and ROM of the muscles involved in swallowing (ST)
  • Communication groups to practice and improve conversational fluency (ST)
  • Reach 4 Speech – Combined Speech/Language Therapy integrated with Upper Limb Robotics’ Occupational Therapy for Functional Communication & Behavioral Management (OT, ST) 


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