Someone trained to help people re-learn how to speak and swallow properly. If you have surgery to your mouth or voice box, you will see a speech therapist.
Speech therapist are trained to evaluate and improve speech and community functioning.
a therapist who treats speech defects and disorders
a health professional trained to evaluate and treat people who have speech, language voice or swallowing disorders that will effect their ability to communicate
a person who helps people who have speech problems speak properly
means a speech pathologist certified by the American Speech and Hearing Association. A speech therapist assists patients in overcoming speech disorders.
A speech therapist (or more properly, the speech-language pathologist) helps with speaking, listening, reading and writing problems. In addition, he or she helps patients who have swallowing problems or who have difficulties in thinking and memory. When patients have speaking problems, the speech therapist helps the patient and family develop other ways to "talk" with each other.
A specialist in helping people with speech, language, communication and swallowing difficulties.
A rehabilitation professional who provides therapy to overcome speech and communication problems, such as speech difficulties following a stroke. A speech therapist may also provide assistance for managing swallowing problems.
a person specially trained to work with people who have problems with their speech, such as a loss of the ability to speak or problems speaking clearly. Speech therapists treat patients with exercises and other techniques to restore speech or other communication skills and also make sure that patients can eat and drink safely with a normal swallowing reflex.
Professionals who evaluate speech production, speech comprehension, and swallowing function.
An older term for a speech- language pathologist.
a person specially trained to work with people who have lost the ability to speak clearly. Speech therapists help re-establish communication skills and also make sure that patients can easily eat and drink.