Not being able to communicate with your loved ones or not being able to eat with your friends, can have a devastating effect on your quality of life. At Beyond Limits Rehabilitation, our highly skilled Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) specialize in communication, cognition, swallowing, and voice therapy. This may include motor speech disorders (e.g. dysarthria, apraxia, and stuttering) and/or language disorders (e.g. anomia, aphasia, and expressive/receptive language impairments).
Cognition disorders can also be of tremendous concern after traumatic brain injuries/concussions (TBIs) and cerebrovascular accidents (CVAs). Swallowing and voice impairments can also result from many medical conditions and certain occupational hazards. Fortunately, Beyond Limits team of accomplished speech therapists are extensively trained at assessing and treating these types of disorders and will work closely with you to develop a plan so that you can resume the quality of life you want to live.
Once your detailed patient history is collected along with a comprehensive assessment of your current medical condition and overall function, Beyond Limits SLPs will work with you to customize a rehabilitation program tailored to meet your personal needs and goals. As an added benefit, our SLPs can also work side-by-side with other healthcare professionals to form an inter-professional team dedicated to all aspects of your rehabilitative care and they are welcome to consult onsite in our office.
At Beyond Limits Rehabilitation, you can trust we will go above and beyond to help remove whatever the limitations so you can reclaim the highest level of function possible to achieve your desired goals and live life to its fullest again.
How Beyond Limits Speech Therapy Can Help:
- Improve communication with all communication partners
- Reduce frustration for both yourself and your communication partners
- Improve social skills
- Return to work and social activities
- Improve vocal performance
- Reach educational goals
- Improve reading and literacy skills
- Establish alternative ways of communication
- Enhance quality of life
- Return to eating previously tolerated diet textures