Speech Therapist

Speech Therapist – Providing a Vital Link For Rehabilitation

speech therapists

A Speech Therapists provide specialized programs for residents
coping with speech, language, comprehension or swallowing difficulties.

Speech Therapy provides:

  • Swallowing
  • Verbal expression
  • Memory
  • Organizing thought/sequencing
  • Auditory comprehension
  • Graphic skills
  • Visual perception and visual comprehension
  • Alternate methods of communication
  • Voice difficulties or disturbances
  • Problem solving

A Speech Therapists may work with patients in a variety of settings:

  • Long Term Care
  • Home Health
  • Transitional Care Units
  • Outpatient

A Speech Therapist working with a good company can benefit:

  • Is well known and established
  • Provides management and corporate support for clinical issues
  • Provides continuing education opportunities
  • Works to strengthen and improve speech therapy programs
  • Is dedicated to providing the best clinical care and customer service
  • Is growing rapidly in other states
  • Employs more speech therapists than any other contract company
  • Is very active in State and National Healthcare Associations
  • Far exceeds ASHA guidelines for CFY candidates
  • Is owned by an individual with a background in speech therapy