Maryville Speech and Language Clinic
Whom Do We Serve?
We help develop or restore delayed, disordered, or damaged communication, memory, and swallowing. We assess, diagnose, and treat patients who experience speech, expressive or receptive language, voice, cognitive-linguistic or memory, and social-pragmatic impairments. We help people who have experienced strokes, brain tumors, brain injuries, dementia, and neurological diseases to regain their ability to speak, read, write, think clearly, and swallow. We work with people who have autism, stuttering, difficulty producing speech sounds, and people with expressive or receptive language delays or disorders. We provide swallowing therapy to help people eat and drink safely and to prevent them from developing aspiration pneumonia. We also provide extensive client and family education, such as teaching families the strategies they need to learn how to use an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device when communicating by speech alone is not possible.
Who Provides Services?
All assessment and intervention (therapy) services are provided by graduate student clinicians under the close and constant supervision of ASHA certified and Missouri licensed speech-language pathologists.
Equitable/Non-Discriminatory Treatment Statement:
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To learn more about our clinic, please call (314) 529-9170 or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our address is 650 Maryville University Drive, Walker Hall Suite 335 St. Louis, MO 63141. To support our free clinic, please consider donating to the program.