Audiology and Speech Solutions specializes in speech language pathology. We take an individualized approach to speech and language treatment. With years of expertise and a passion for our patients, we help you overcome speech and language issues with the best treatments available. Our therapy is conducted individually, ensuring your needs are addressed quickly and directly. With vast experience, we treat a wide range of goals and diagnoses, including:
- Articulation Disorders
- Asperger’s/Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Auditory Processing Disorders
- Language Comprehension & Expression
- Oral Literacy
- Sensory/Motor & Feeding
The Basics Of Speech Language Pathology
Defining some basic terms is essential when first learning about speech and language. For example, many people use speech, language, and communication interchangeably. Speech-language therapists and audiologists, however, mean something particular when using these three words. Luckily, the definitions of the words are easy to understand.
Communication is the broadest and most encompassing of these three terms. Communication occurs whenever a message is conveyed from one person to another. Communication can take place in a wide variety of ways. The most obvious form of communication is verbal speech—when we are talking to someone, we communicate a message to them (as long as they are listening to us, that is!). But communication can also be nonverbal, such as when you shrug your shoulders to indicate confusion, shake your head to show displeasure, or use your best motherly stare from across the room to convey to your five-year-old that they better use their manners. Most communication is nonverbal; some studies have shown that even when speaking with someone, the words we choose account for less than 10% of the overall message, while body language and vocal intonation make up the rest.
Candidates for Speech & Language Intervention
Children who require speech and language intervention services may struggle with one, some, or all of these areas. Contact our office if you suspect your child may be having communication difficulties.
Can’t Express Basic Needs
Lack of Word Understanding
No Expressive Language
Hoarse or Raspy Voice
Auditory Processing Program
Our exceptional, friendly staff is one of our greatest assets, and we are proud of their long-time association with our office located in Rye, NY. Patients often tell us how well we work together as a team.
We pride ourselves on staying on the cutting edge of hearing healthcare and excellent patient communication. Each staff member is motivated to achieve the best results for our patients in a calming and comfortable setting.