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Language pathologists assist patients having problems with oral communication skills. Those affected may have suffered a stroke, learning disability, or brain injury. The specialists work with people of all ages, using different methods for assessment. They diagnose conditions based the person's age, physical health, and any mental issue. Australia's Lionel Logue is one of the most famous speech therapists. After school, he developed a fascination with the natural rhythm of speech. Tapping into this new passion, he completed an education program in the study of elocution. He'd go on to help war veterans regain oral skills. He was best known as the man who helped the future King George VI overcome his problem stuttering. Some experts in this field specialize in testing infants with swallowing disorders. Many times, the charges for these voice specialists working with infants and toddlers are covered by state programs. It's worthwhile to ask doctors if financial aid is available in your community. Infants and children may suffer vocalization difficulties due to a birth defect, genetic disorder or a head injury. Cleft palate deformities delay learning motor skills and a lack of cognition also affect communication. Experts in language pathology examine a child's understanding of words, gestures and vocalization. Teens, adults and the elderly may also need therapy. Accidents causing brain injuries can reduce oral skills. Strokes, cerebral palsy, and loss of hearing as you age can cause deterioration of vocal skills. Specialists in vocal therapy help patients regain important skills. Ask your doctor for a recommended pathologist in your area.
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Therapeutic Values, P.C.
479 W 15th Pl, Chicago Heights, IL 60411
We provide speech language screenings, evaluation, and therapy for children and adults in the privacy of your home. Professional and experienced speech and language pathologists.
(708) 527-1595
Say It Therapy Services, Inc.
131 Flinn Street, Suite A, Batavia, IL 60510
Contact Say It Therapy Services, Inc. in Batavia, IL, at (779) 707-0379 for speech therapy by an expert in speech-language pathology.
(779) 707-0379
Hearing and Balance Center
233 E Erie St Ste 500, Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 573-2039
All Bright Therapies
1957 W Dickens Ave, Chicago, IL 60614
(773) 698-6535
Communication Clubhouse
2901 Finley Rd Ste 102, Downers Grove, IL 60515
(630) 495-6800
Sertoma Speech & Hearing Center
1219 W Lakeview Ct, Romeoville, IL 60446
(630) 633-5060
Richard Ney Ph.D.
310 S Main St, Lombard, IL 60148
(630) 652-0200
South Naperville Speech
2652 Haddassah Drive, Naperbills, IL 60565
(630) 640-9174
Hearing Health Center
806 Central Ave Ste 103, Highland Park, IL 60035
(847) 681-7000
by Your Side
1920 Thoreau Dr N, Schaumburg, IL 60173
(847) 496-5513
Building Blocks Therapy
2172 Blackberry Dr, Geneva, IL 60134
(331) 248-0251
Hearing Associates PC
755 S Milwaukee Ave Ste 189, Libertyville, IL 60048
(847) 680-7580

Speech language pathologists can help many people that have a problem with their communication. Whether it's from a brain injury, stroke, hearing delay, mental retardation, or an emotional problem, working with a professional can help solve various disorders. Patients can have a wide range of problems that will result in them needing to visit with a pathologist. Whoever you decide to visit, they will need to be properly educated and experienced in order to study and diagnose a person with a disorder. If you or a family member has difficulty swallowing or has experienced language deterioration, going to therapy can dramatically help their progress. Pathology will help communication disorders and help people that have problems with their palate, palsy, cognition, or voice. Pathology professionals will have different techniques to do during therapy in order to help a person develop their speech. To find a speech pathologist in your area, search online or in a phone book. Ask your regular doctor if they could refer you to somebody they know works well with their patients and have a good success rate. Friends and family may also be able to recommend somebody they know in the industry that they would be comfortable working with. Ask everyone you talk to how long they have been doing this type of work and ask them to give you examples of what they would have you or your family member do to develop your communication skills. If you don't feel comfortable with somebody try a different person instead.
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