Communication, just like mobility, is one of the most important functions of human beings. It is a basic need to be understood; and this could be best facilitated when one is able to produce sounds and actually enunciate words. Unfortunately, some people are born with congenital difficulties in speech while some lose their faculties because of medical conditions, strokes, brain damages and all sorts of aphasias.
Speech Therapists deal with the following in treating their clients’ conditions:
- Speech Practice
- Dysphagia (Swallowing)
- Adaptive Speech Devices
- Aural (Hearing) Rehabilitation
- Non-oral Communication
- Home Speech and Language Exercise Programs
Metnurse Health Services, Inc. Speech Therapists are properly screened for their credentials, personal background, criminal background and overall skills to ensure the achievement of positive outcomes for clients.
Give us a call at 678-694-7180 to ask questions, or send us a message online through our contact us form. You may also send a fax message through 855-874-4592.