Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) assess, diagnose,
treat and help to prevent speech, language, and
communication disorders.  Speech and language problems can
result from a variety of problems including hearing loss, brain
injury or deterioration, cerebral palsy, stroke, cleft palate, voice
pathology, mental retardation, or emotional problems.  These
problems can be congenital, developmental or acquired.  SLPs
use written and oral tests, as well as specialized instruments, to
diagnose the nature and extent of impairment and to record
and analyze speech, language, and swallowing irregularities.


Speech Therapy for Children

Speech therapy helps your child to use his or her mouth,
tongue, and breath control for eating and talking.  The use of
words is expected as your child grows and communication is
needed on a daily basis.  When language development does
not occur, as anticipated, speech therapy can stimulate the
development.  For some children, other ways to communicate
such as sign language, symbol books, or communication
boards are needed to help communicate.  

Speech Therapy at BRW addresses:
  • Articulation Skills
  • Oral Motor Skills
  • Receptive and Expressive Language
  • Aural Rehabilitation
  • Augmentative Communication
  • Swallowing/Feeding Difficulties
  • Fluency skills
  • Voice Disorders


Speech Therapy for Adults

Speech disorders are problems of expression characterized by
difficulty with forming speech sounds or producing voice.  
Language disorders are characterized by difficulty in
comprehension and expression.  Causes of speech and
language disorders include environmental–behavioral
influences, neurological diseases and injuries, viral infections,
neuromuscular diseases, stroke, head injury, and genetic
deviations.  

Communication is a two-way process in which people exchange
information.  We send information by speaking, writing,
gesturing, and touching.  We receive information by listening,
reading, watching or feeling   Our daily activities and our
interpersonal relationships depend greatly on our
communication skills   Perhaps this is realized most fully when
our ability to communicate is interrupted.  

Communication difficulties can have a devastating affect on the
quality of our lives, isolation, and loss of self-esteem frequently
develop.  In adults, impaired communication skills can interfere
with social-verbal interactions, economic opportunities, and self-
sufficiency.  Complete withdrawal from family, friends, and
society as a whole can occur.  


Disorders seen in Speech Therapy:
  • Speech-Language Disorders – Aphasia, Apraxia, or
    Dysarthria
  • Voice Disorders – Quality, pitch or resonance of the voice
  • Augmentative Communication Devices
  • Cognitive Disorders – Memory, problem solving, reading
    comprehension, safety awareness, or written expression
Contact Information
Office:  979-297-3365

Fax:      979-297-3541

email: info@bzrehab.com

Address: 321 Garland Dr.
Lake Jackson, TX 77566
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