Our Bottom Line is Your Well-being
In today's healthcare system, the patient is often told when and where they can receive care, and for how long. The current market model drives insurance companies to be concerned with arbitrary timelines and one-size fits all standards. This doesn't leave much room for you to have a say in your treatment. Rehab on the Run believes in a different model, one where YOU make the choices so vital to your well-being.
Tell Us What You Need from Your Speech Therapy!
When it comes to speech therapy, we know what we are talking about! Our highly experienced Speech-Language Pathologists specialize in communication, cognition, swallowing, and voice therapy for both children and adults. This can include motor speech disorders (such as dysarthria, apraxia, and stuttering) and/or language disorders (such as anomia, aphasia, and expressive/receptive language impairments). Cognition can be a concern after head injuries, such as traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and cerebrovascular accidents (CVAs). Swallowing and voice impairments can result from many medical conditions and certain occupational hazards. These impairments must be addressed individually according to the needs of the client. No matter which of these areas you may be looking to improve, we are dedicated to helping you find, express, and enjoy your unique voice - and thrive in life!
What is speech therapy, and what are the benefits?
Speech therapy refers to the treatment of speech, language, cognitive, voice and swallowing disorders through various evidence-based approaches, such as physical exercises, vocal training, and diet texture analysis.
Speech therapy can help you to:
- Improve communication with all communication partners
- Reduce frustration for both yourself and your communication partners
- Improve social skills
- Return to work and social activities
- Improve vocal performance
- Reach educational goals
- Improve reading and literacy skills
- Establish alternative ways of communication
- Enhance quality of life
- Return to eating previously tolerated diet textures