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Programs that provide comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services for individuals who have language disorders or speech impairments including people who have neurological disorders; articulation, fluency or voice disorders; delayed language; cleft palate; tongue thrust problems; stuttering; or aphasia.

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Clarion Forest VNA - Speech TherapySpeech Therapists can help improve communication abilities for someone who is recovering from a stroke. They can assist people suffering from conditions that cause difficulty in swallowing. Patients who have had laryngectomies can benefit from Speech Therapy by learning new ways to talk and communicate.ClarionClarion Forest VNAClarion Forest VNA
Dresher Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center - Full Cycle Rehabilitation ProgramDresher Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center offers a Full Cycle Rehabilitation Program from the time each individual is admitted to our facility through the day they are discharged. Full Cycle Rehabilitation Programs include the following: - Physical Therapy - Occupational Therapy - Speech PathologyMontgomeryDresher Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center - Montgomery; Fort WashingtonDresher Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center
Hearing Loss Association of PA - Hearing Loss Advocacy (All Generations)Services include: - Access to affordable hearing aids, cochlear implants and other technology for all who can benefit - Telephones designed to work with hearing aids and cochlear implants - Assistive technology and programs complying with disability rights laws and providing accessibility in public and private facilities, workplaces, and state and local governments - Captioned movies in neighborhood theaters - Improve quality of captioned TV and meeting FCC captioning regulations timetable - Strengthen federal requirements for accessible air travel including appropriate screening procedures - Roll-out nationwide a captioned telephone service - Improve access to and the effectiveness of hearing health services - Improve state services for people with hearing loss - Increase grant funding for the training of more captioners - Enhance funding for infant hearing screening programs and follow-up care - Ensure inclusion of the needs of people with hearing loss in any national, state or local Homeland Security Plan - Outreach to expand understanding by the general public, Congress, government agencies, and industry of the demographics, characteristics, and communication needs of people with hearing loss - Strengthen standards for visual and audible fire alarms - Encourage adoption of the Acoustical Society of America's acoustic standards for classroomsDelawareHLA-PA GEN X Chapter DelVal (Hearing Loss Association of PA)Hearing Loss Association of America - Pennsylvania State Office
Hearing Loss Association of PA - Hearing Loss Advocacy (Bucks)Services include: - Access to affordable hearing aids, cochlear implants and other technology for all who can benefit - Telephones designed to work with hearing aids and cochlear implants - Assistive technology and programs complying with disability rights laws and providing accessibility in public and private facilities, workplaces, and state and local governments - Captioned movies in neighborhood theaters - Improve quality of captioned TV and meeting FCC captioning regulations timetable - Strengthen federal requirements for accessible air travel including appropriate screening procedures - Roll-out nationwide a captioned telephone service - Improve access to and the effectiveness of hearing health services - Improve state services for people with hearing loss - Increase grant funding for the training of more captioners - Enhance funding for infant hearing screening programs and follow-up care - Ensure inclusion of the needs of people with hearing loss in any national, state or local Homeland Security Plan - Outreach to expand understanding by the general public, Congress, government agencies, and industry of the demographics, characteristics, and communication needs of people with hearing loss - Strengthen standards for visual and audible fire alarms - Encourage adoption of the Acoustical Society of America's acoustic standards for classroomsBucksHLA-PA Bucks County Chapter (Hearing Loss Association of PA)Hearing Loss Association of America - Pennsylvania State Office
Hearing Loss Association of PA - Hearing Loss Advocacy (Chester)Services include: - Access to affordable hearing aids, cochlear implants and other technology for all who can benefit - Telephones designed to work with hearing aids and cochlear implants - Assistive technology and programs complying with disability rights laws and providing accessibility in public and private facilities, workplaces, and state and local governments - Captioned movies in neighborhood theaters - Improve quality of captioned TV and meeting FCC captioning regulations timetable - Strengthen federal requirements for accessible air travel including appropriate screening procedures - Roll-out nationwide a captioned telephone service - Improve access to and the effectiveness of hearing health services - Improve state services for people with hearing loss - Increase grant funding for the training of more captioners - Enhance funding for infant hearing screening programs and follow-up care - Ensure inclusion of the needs of people with hearing loss in any national, state or local Homeland Security Plan - Outreach to expand understanding by the general public, Congress, government agencies, and industry of the demographics, characteristics, and communication needs of people with hearing loss - Strengthen standards for visual and audible fire alarms - Encourage adoption of the Acoustical Society of America's acoustic standards for classroomsChesterHLA-PA Chester County Chapter (Hearing Loss Association of PA)Hearing Loss Association of America - Pennsylvania State Office
Hearing Loss Association of PA - Hearing Loss Advocacy (Delaware)Services include: - Access to affordable hearing aids, cochlear implants and other technology for all who can benefit - Telephones designed to work with hearing aids and cochlear implants - Assistive technology and programs complying with disability rights laws and providing accessibility in public and private facilities, workplaces, and state and local governments - Captioned movies in neighborhood theaters - Improve quality of captioned TV and meeting FCC captioning regulations timetable - Strengthen federal requirements for accessible air travel including appropriate screening procedures - Roll-out nationwide a captioned telephone service - Improve access to and the effectiveness of hearing health services - Improve state services for people with hearing loss - Increase grant funding for the training of more captioners - Enhance funding for infant hearing screening programs and follow-up care - Ensure inclusion of the needs of people with hearing loss in any national, state or local Homeland Security Plan - Outreach to expand understanding by the general public, Congress, government agencies, and industry of the demographics, characteristics, and communication needs of people with hearing loss - Strengthen standards for visual and audible fire alarms - Encourage adoption of the Acoustical Society of America's acoustic standards for classroomsDelawareHLA-PA Delaware County Chapter (Hearing Loss Association of PA) - Delaware; Glen MillsHearing Loss Association of America - Pennsylvania State Office
Hearing Loss Association of PA - Hearing Loss Advocacy (NE Philadelphia)Services include: - Access to affordable hearing aids, cochlear implants and other technology for all who can benefit - Telephones designed to work with hearing aids and cochlear implants - Assistive technology and programs complying with disability rights laws and providing accessibility in public and private facilities, workplaces, and state and local governments - Captioned movies in neighborhood theaters - Improve quality of captioned TV and meeting FCC captioning regulations timetable - Strengthen federal requirements for accessible air travel including appropriate screening procedures - Roll-out nationwide a captioned telephone service - Improve access to and the effectiveness of hearing health services - Improve state services for people with hearing loss - Increase grant funding for the training of more captioners - Enhance funding for infant hearing screening programs and follow-up care - Ensure inclusion of the needs of people with hearing loss in any national, state or local Homeland Security Plan - Outreach to expand understanding by the general public, Congress, government agencies, and industry of the demographics, characteristics, and communication needs of people with hearing loss - Strengthen standards for visual and audible fire alarms - Encourage adoption of the Acoustical Society of America's acoustic standards for classroomsMontgomeryHLA-PA Philadelphia Chapter (Suburban/Northeast) (Hearing Loss Association of PA) - Montgomery; Huntingdon ValleyHearing Loss Association of America - Pennsylvania State Office
Hearing Loss Association of PA - Montgomery County ChapterServices include: Support and advocacy for Pennsylvanians with Hearing LossMontgomeryHLA-PA Montgomery County Chapter (Hearing Loss Association of PA) - Montgomery; Lafayette HillHearing Loss Association of America - Pennsylvania State Office
Heritage Valley Health System - Moon TownshipOffers physicians' offices, diagnostic services (mammograms), family services, physical therapy, speech pathology, MRI, Kidney dialysis, and Radiation Oncology.AlleghenyHeritage Valley Health System - Moon TownshipHeritage Valley Health System
Laughlin Children's Center - Speech Language ServicesSpeech-Language specialists address the individual needs of children facing communication challenges, offering personalized treatment methods to help them improve their speech production and develop better understanding and verbal expression of language. Staff members provide comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, treatment of children with a wide range of diagnoses, and suggestions for in-home practice and support work between on-site therapy sessions.AlleghenyLaughlin CenterLaughlin Children's Center
Liberty at Home - In-Home Skilled CareProvides older adults with physician-coordinated services within the comfort of their own home. Certified home health aides provide social work services and other support services. Services include: - Cardiac rehabilitation - Wound care services - Physical, speech language and occupational therapies - Nursing care such as on-going monitoring and management of medical conditionsMontgomeryLiberty Lutheran - Liberty at HomeLiberty Lutheran
Newtown Speech and Language TherapyChildren and adolescents speech and language therapy addresses the communication needs of children. Speech therapists work on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed through speech therapy. Our feeding programs are an adjunct service provided in connection with your child's medical team. BucksNewtown Center Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
Quakertown Speech and Language TherapyChildren and adolescents speech and language therapy addresses the communication needs of children. Speech therapists work on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed through speech therapy. Our feeding programs are an adjunct service provided in connection with your child's medical team. BucksQuakertown Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
Speech / Language Therapy - Hope Enterprises - Children's Development CenterSpeech-Language Therapy services treat a variety of speech-language delays, articulation and hearing loss, stuttering, voice disorders and feeding/swallowing difficulties.LycomingChildren's Development CenterHope Enterprises
Speech TherapyA Speech/Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech language, and swallowing disorders. A speech/language pathologist is also qualified to provide voice therapy, cognitive therapy, aural rehabilitation for the hearing impaired, as well as training in the use of alternative communication devices. We are now offering Vital Stimulation Therapy . This is a new, FDA approved modality for the treatment of dysphagia/swallowing problems. This modality provides external neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the neck area, in conjunction with functional swallowing exercises provided by the Speech/Language Pathologist, to re-educate and strengthen weakened swallowing muscles. While traditional dysphagia/swallowing therapy compensates for lost functions, Vital Stimulation Therapy can actually improve function. Vital Stimulation can only be administered by a Speech/Language Pathologist that has been certified in Vital Stimulation. Clients who have suffered with stroke, head injury or other neurological disease, as well as those with voice disorders, hearing impairment, cognitive impairment, or difficulty understanding, speaking, or swallowing may benefit from the services of a Speech/Language PathologistBerksBerks Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
Speech TherapyA Speech/Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech language, and swallowing disorders. A speech/language pathologist is also qualified to provide voice therapy, cognitive therapy, aural rehabilitation for the hearing impaired, as well as training in the use of alternative communication devices. We are now offering Vital Stimulation Therapy . This is a new, FDA approved modality for the treatment of dysphagia/swallowing problems. This modality provides external neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the neck area, in conjunction with functional swallowing exercises provided by the Speech/Language Pathologist, to re-educate and strengthen weakened swallowing muscles. While traditional dysphagia/swallowing therapy compensates for lost functions, Vital Stimulation Therapy can actually improve function. Vital Stimulation can only be administered by a Speech/Language Pathologist that has been certified in Vital Stimulation. Clients who have suffered with stroke, head injury or other neurological disease, as well as those with voice disorders, hearing impairment, cognitive impairment, or difficulty understanding, speaking, or swallowing may benefit from the services of a Speech/Language PathologistBerksGreater Lehigh Valley Visiting Nurse AssociationHome Health Care Management
Speech TherapyA Speech/Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech language, and swallowing disorders. A speech/language pathologist is also qualified to provide voice therapy, cognitive therapy, aural rehabilitation for the hearing impaired, as well as training in the use of alternative communication devices. We are now offering Vital Stimulation Therapy . This is a new, FDA approved modality for the treatment of dysphagia/swallowing problems. This modality provides external neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the neck area, in conjunction with functional swallowing exercises provided by the Speech/Language Pathologist, to re-educate and strengthen weakened swallowing muscles. While traditional dysphagia/swallowing therapy compensates for lost functions, Vital Stimulation Therapy can actually improve function. Vital Stimulation can only be administered by a Speech/Language Pathologist that has been certified in Vital Stimulation. Clients who have suffered with stroke, head injury or other neurological disease, as well as those with voice disorders, hearing impairment, cognitive impairment, or difficulty understanding, speaking, or swallowing may benefit from the services of a Speech/Language PathologistBerks*Main Site (Home Health Care Management, Inc.)Home Health Care Management
Speech TherapyA Speech/Language Pathologist evaluates and treats speech language, and swallowing disorders. A speech/language pathologist is also qualified to provide voice therapy, cognitive therapy, aural rehabilitation for the hearing impaired, as well as training in the use of alternative communication devices. We are now offering Vital Stimulation Therapy . This is a new, FDA approved modality for the treatment of dysphagia/swallowing problems. This modality provides external neuromuscular electrical stimulation to the neck area, in conjunction with functional swallowing exercises provided by the Speech/Language Pathologist, to re-educate and strengthen weakened swallowing muscles. While traditional dysphagia/swallowing therapy compensates for lost functions, Vital Stimulation Therapy can actually improve function. Vital Stimulation can only be administered by a Speech/Language Pathologist that has been certified in Vital Stimulation. Clients who have suffered with stroke, head injury or other neurological disease, as well as those with voice disorders, hearing impairment, cognitive impairment, or difficulty understanding, speaking, or swallowing may benefit from the services of a Speech/Language PathologistBerksVisiting Nurse Association of Pottstown and VicinityHome Health Care Management
Theraplay - Speech and Language Therapy - Montgomery; LimerickAddresses the communication needs of children. Works on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed.MontgomeryLimerick Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
Theraplay - Speech/Language TherapyWorks on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed.Chester*Main Site (West Chester Office) (Theraplay)Theraplay
Theraplay - Speech/Language Therapy - BroomallWorks on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed.DelawareBroomall Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
Theraplay - Speech/Language Therapy - LandenbergWorks on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed.ChesterLandenberg (Theraplay)Theraplay
Theraplay - Speech/Language Therapy - Montgomery; HorshamWorks on language comprehension and pronunciation skills. Alternative communication systems for nonverbal children can also be developed.MontgomeryHorsham Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
Veterans Health Administration - Rehabilitation and Prosthetic ServicesThe Veterans Health Administration (VHA) implements the medical assistance program of the VA through the administration and operation of numerous VA Medical Centers (VAMC), Outpatient Clinics (OPC), Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC), and VA Community Living Centers (VA Nursing Home) Programs. VA's Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is responsible for the national policies and programs for medical rehabilitation, prosthetic and sensory aids services that promote the health, independence and quality of life for Veterans with disabilities. Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is comprised of national programs for: Audiology and Speech Pathology; Blind Rehabilitation; Chiropractic Care; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service; and, Recreation Therapy. Special programs include Polytrauma/Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) System of Care, Amputation System of Care, and Blind Rehabilitation Care Continuum. Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services provides program and policy direction for over 8,000 rehabilitation care and prosthetic services providers. Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is committed to providing the highest quality, comprehensive, interdisciplinary care; the most advanced medical devices and products that are commercially available; and, promoting advancements in rehabilitative care and evidence-based treatment.United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - Rehabilitation and Prosthetic ServicesUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Health Administration
West Chester University - Speech & Hearing Clinic - Speech/ Language EvaluationsProvides superior professional diagnostic and treatment services in speech-language pathology and audiology while providing excellence in clinical education for students in the Department of Communicative Disorders. Offers full diagnostic evaluations for children and adults who are suspected of having speech, language, or hearing disorders. Offers low-cost services for therapy and evaluation.ChesterWest Chester University - Speech & Hearing ClinicWest Chester University

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