Speech & Language Disorders in Adults/Geriatrics

Speech Therapy Center, LLC, provides myofunctional therapy and speech-language therapy for the following communication disorders in adults/geriatrics related to strokes, neurological diseases (Parkinson’s, MS) and brain injury:


Aphasia is a language disorder due to brain damage from a stroke or head injury that results in impairment in the comprehension and/or formulation of language. Read More

Cognitive Communication Disorders

Cognitive Communication Impairment can occur as a result of right side damage to the brain. Read More

Apraxia of Speech/Motor Speech Disorders

Apraxia of speech is a motor-speech programming disorder resulting in difficulty executing and/or coordinating  the oral- motor movement necessary to produce and combine speech sounds to form syllables, words, phrases and sentences on voluntary control. Read More


Dysarthria is a group of motor disorders resulting from muscle control of the speech mechanism due to damage of the nervous system. Read More


Myofunctional Disorders

Oral Myofunctional Disorder (OMD) occurs when there is an abnormal tongue, jaw or lip position during rest, swallowing or speech. Read More

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