Neurological Disorder Therapy


The onset of neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease can lead to severe speech issues like inability to articulate and enunciate. These types of diseases can transform a vibrant, social person into someone that is withdrawn and listless. A big part of the withdrawal can be the person’s frustration with being unable to communicate the way they used to with friends and family.

Speech and language therapy really makes a difference in helping to slow down this speech impairment and the added practice of speaking during sessions really boosts the patient’s confidence so she doesn’t feel awkward shaping words in social situations.