MY MEMORY IS NOT THE SAME AS IT USED TO BE
Do you experience difficulty remembering to take your medications? Do you find that you cannot remember details of conversations that you had with friends? Do you have trouble remembering dates and times of appointments? If you answered yes to any of these questions, call our office to allow our speech-language pathologists to evaluate your memory and determine if you may benefit from therapy. Therapy for memory involves learning internal and external memory strategies to maintain and/or boost your recall.
HAVE YOU BEEN TOLD THAT YOU HAVE HAD A STROKE? HAVE YOU BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH OR A NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE?
Whenever one has a brain injury or a degenerative disease, they may experience one or more of the following:
- slurred speech or speech that is difficulty to understand
- difficulty finding the right word or thought when talking
- struggling to move their mouth in the right position to say a word
- difficulty chewing or swallowing
- stuttering (dysfluent)
Allow our speech-language pathologists to evaluate you or your loved one and determine the right treatment plan to meet your needs.