Speech Therapy

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Speech therapy is a medical therapeutic discipline, which is based in the theory and practice of counseling, prevention, diagnosis and treatment in the fields of
speech, language, voice and swallowing disorders. 


Before each speech therapy treatment an accurate diagnosis is carried out by a speech therapist to assess the performance of the guest in the area of ​​language, speech, communication, swallowing and facial muscles.

Then an individual therapy objective is formulated together with you based on the diagnosis and the resulting therapy focus. The subsequent treatment may, at the discretion of the speech therapist, take place 2 to 5 times per week in the form of individual therapy.

If necessary, group communication and language training on the computer are offered in parallel.

Swallowing therapeutic measures are carried out both in individual therapy as well as during lunch.

Parallel to each therapy, carer consultations can be held at the same time, as and when required.

Speech therapy focus

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