In-home Speech Therapy

It is a therapy treatment for patients who want to improve their ability to communicate effectively and eat safely. It is normally conducted to patients with partial deafness or brain damage, or to help restore the power of speech to adults who have lost it , or partly lost it through accident or illness.

A Speech Therapist often treats the following:


  • Difficulty swallowing food or medications
  • Coughing, choking, excessive sneezing/burping, watery eyes/runny nose, vomiting during eating/drinking
  • Requiring excessive time to complete a meal
  • Drooling
  • Difficulty understanding, listening, reading, writing or speaking words and/or sentences
  • Difficulty imitating or making speech sounds
  • Slurred, mumbled, slow speech
  • Low vocal volume and hoarseness