I think my child needs help with speech and language – What should I do?

May is Speech and Hearing month and there’s no better way to celebrate than to offer $20 screenings! S.L. Hunter SpeechWorks is offering $20 speech and language screenings for the entire month of May. You can call us today to book yours now! WHY SHOULD I HAVE MY CHILD CHECKED? Speech and language development is important […]

Group Therapy: The Intangible Benefits for Acquired Brain Injury

Friendships after Acquired Brain Injury Nancy, Felix, Ted and Alex* shared more than their acquired brain injuries. They were all isolated from friends after their acquired brain injuries. Socializing was too much work. Friends didn’t understand. Friends stopped calling. It was hard to initiate a conversation with someone new. We heard the stories again and […]

What’s going on with my voice? Videostroboscopy can help!

Is your voice not what it used to be? Are you losing your voice frequently, experiencing hoarseness, or persistent strain? Has an Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor (ENT) indicated that nothing is wrong with your vocal cords themselves? A videostroboscopy assessment will provide a more detailed analysis of your vocal cords while you are producing […]

Difficulties with Social Skills and Autism

Throughout my career as a Speech-Language Pathologist, I have always had an interest in the role that social skills play in the social, emotional and academic successes of children and teens.  Over time, I started seeing more and more people who struggled with social confidence and social skills. Most of these children and teens had been […]

I’ve had voice loss for 2 weeks! What Can I do?

Losing your voice can be a scary thing.  Voice loss or laryngitis happens when your vocal cords become inflamed from overuse, infection, or irritation.  If you’re wondering about the severity of your voice loss, the Mayo Clinic has excellent information on symptoms and causes. If you experience voice loss (laryngitis) for 2 weeks or longer, […]