Speech-Language Pathology Services

Client Testimonial:  

Our family has been involved with the Speech Therapy Program due to our son's significant speech delays. We have been more than pleased with the service and care by the staff and students involved. They have not only helped give our son the help needed for him to communicate more clearly, but they have given us, his parents, the tools needed to continue that growth at home. They have partnered with us and truly care about our son's success. We have recommended this program to so many others and will continue to do so. 

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612-624-3322
slhs@umn.edu

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Individual Children's Therapy

Individual treatment sessions are provided for preschoolers, school-aged children, and adolescents. Treatment is provided in the areas of phonological/articulation disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders, and stuttering. Before treatment is initiated, a comprehensive speech-language evaluation is performed to determine an appropriate program plan.

Group Children's Therapy 

Group treatment sessions are provided for preschoolers and early school-age children. Treatment is provided in the areas of phonological/articulation disorders and preliteracy skills. Before treatment is initiated, a comprehensive speech-language evaluation is performed to determine an appropriate program plan. Groups are planned based on need.

Learn more here.

Individual Adult Therapy

Cognitive-communicative intervention services are provided to a wide range of clients who have sustained brain injury as a result of trauma, stroke, or the onset of a degenerative disease. Treatment focuses on personally relevant goals and tasks.

Examples of intervention include:

  • Increasing speech intelligibility and comprehensibility
  • Boosting success of receptive and expressive language skills (including the use of alternative and augmentative communication compensations)
  • Increasing conversation success through pragmatic coaching
  • Improving memory success through compensation training

Partners in Aphasia

Small group interactive course are offered to educate stroke survivors living with Aphasia.

Our Partners in Aphasia Program currently has openings for Fall 2016 - Learn more here.