Here’s what to expect as a parent if you need an evaluation.
How do you know when to consult a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)? There may not be an obvious sign like a broken bone that shows up on an x-ray or a fever clearly seen on a thermometer. The symptoms may be subtle or easily dismissed.
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As a healthcare provider, we are committed to continuing to provide the best care, and doing so means we will follow all required and recommended guidelines from state and local officials.
The type of therapy recommended for a patient depends on the injury, illness or disability and the specific goals for treatment and recovery. Understanding the differences enables patients and caregivers to move forward with appropriate expectations for the process and end results.
The SPG Education campaign is a series of articles to help patients and caregivers become informed in the processes and treatments.