SPEECH THERAPY SERVICES
At Sensible Speech, we’ve been serving families and neighbors in and around the Willamette Valley with quality speech therapy for years! Our team is like a family and we look forward to showing you and your loved ones our clinic as you join the Sensible Speech “home.” We have a constantly evolving group of Speech Language Pathologists all which have obtained at least their masters degree in Speech Language Pathology which sets us apart from other clinics.
Our goal is that from the first time you set foot in our clinic you realize the Sensible Speech difference. Starting with your first evaluation, we work to gauge the patient’s skills and abilities based on age and medical history, using medically proven standardized testing. The therapist will then work with the patient, parents/caretakers to develop an individualized treatment plan using some of the latest therapy approaches and techniques to help the patient remediate their issues. Take some time to browse through our website to get to know us and our services, then schedule an appointment with us today!
- Accent Modification/Reduction
- Voice Coaching
- Bilingual Language-Learning Disorders
- Apraxia of Speech
- Motor Speech Disorders
- Developmental Language Delay
- Cleft Lip and/or Palate
- Read and Writing Disorders (Dyslexia)
- Tongue Thrust
- Tongue-Tie (ankyloglossia)
- Tourette Syndrome
- Orofacial Myology
- (aka “Myofunctional Therapy”)
- Articulation/Phonological Disorders
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Hearing Impairments
- Auditory Verbal Therapy (AVT)
- Fluency Disorders (e.g. stuttering)
- Special Education
- Independent Educational Evaluations (I.E.E.)
- Feeding/Swallowing Disorders
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Cognitive Communication Disorders
- Voice Disorders
- Spasmodic Dysphonia
- This list is not all inclusive, contact us for more information.
In addition to these services we also provide therapy natively in the following languages.
- American Sign Language (ASL)
Don’t see your language listed. No problem, we many times can still work with you either through a family member or interpreter to help resolve issues.