College Station Medical Center’s Speech Therapy Program helps restore speech, language, voice and swallowing skills after a stroke or other neurological event. The program can also help preserve these functions in patients with Parkinson’s disease, dementia and other neurological diseases.
Speech therapy can use many methods and approaches, including apraxia therapy, alternative/augmentative communication, electrical stimulation, oral motor therapy and voice therapy.
Common conditions treated include:
- communication disorders or difficulties
- dysphagia (difficulty swallowing)
- fluency disorders (stuttering)
- language delays
- speech delays (articulation)
- stroke or traumatic brain injuries
- voice disorders
For more information about Speech Therapy Services at College Station Medical Center, call 979-764-5122.
Download Patient Form. Print and bring with you to first appointment.
Patient Form (Adult)