There aren’t enough speech language pathologists to meet the needs of the community. That’s what Rodney Gabel learned upon his arrival at Binghamton University in 2020 after speaking with local speech language pathologists and leaders of organizations that provide speech services.
Graduate students and highly experienced clinical supervisors provide weekly therapy via HIPAA-protected Zoom sessions. Please note: clinic services are free and open to all ages and individuals across the state of Missouri.
“Patients are really engaged with virtual reality,” said Nora Foster, a Doctor of Physical Therapy, physical therapist and executive director of Northbound Health.
Great Speech, a pioneer and leader in virtual speech therapy, is pleased to announce its contractual partnership with Healthcare Highways, a leading developer and distributor of tailored healthcare products and solutions including high-performance networks and customized health plan services.
Providers still struggling to accurately capture diagnoses that drive federal reimbursement will be doubly left behind as more states start to use Patient Driven Payment Model-like systems to determine long-stay Medicaid pay rates.
NSA has over 250 chapters across the country, from adult chapters to family chapters, providing support groups and educating parents or caregivers of people who stutter. The organization is spreading awareness about stuttering and letting people who stutter know that it does not limit their abilities.
ORLANDO, Fla. — 9 Investigates discovered that some children aren’t getting the specialized services they need to succeed in school, due to a state and nationwide shortage of speech therapists.
Some language function can be restored to someone with aphasia thanks to speech therapy and language stimulation programs.
When it comes to providing the best care to Veterans, we don’t let distance slow us down. We always push ourselves to expand our services and improve the way we provide treatment and prevention.
The nonprofit recently got a $6,000 grant from The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) that will help expand its Life Enrichment and Music Therapy program by increasing live performances and opportunities for engagement. The goal is to use music to unite, move, inspire and heal. Music has been shown to improve quality of life as well as mood, cognition and longevity for seniors, the nonprofit said.