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Suffolk Center for Speech

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Instrumental swallowing evaluations

Instrumental swallowing evaluations are used in order to see if a patient is swallowing safely. Unsafe or deficient swallowing can lead to food or liquid going into the airway, causing..

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Acquired Language Disorders: Aphasia

Aphasia: The loss of ability to understand or express speech, caused by damage or trauma to the brain, such as a stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), or other diseases or..

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Get Ready for Back to School with these Fun Language Activities

As we approach the end of the summer, there remains plenty of opportunities for parents to target their child’s language skills in preparation for the upcoming school year! After a..

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How to communicate after a laryngectomy

The ability to speak is a complex procedure that involves several parts of the body. These include the mouth, the articulators (tongue, teeth, hard palate, soft palate, lips), the respiratory..

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Cluttering

What is Cluttering? Cluttering is a fluency disorder where an individual speaks at a rapid rate, and/or with an irregular speaking rate and demonstrates excessive dysfluencies such as blocks, repetitions, prolongations, etc. Other..

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