Adult & Child Speech Therapy Services
We take an integrated approach to your well-being, combining holistic and traditional methods to provide comprehensive care that leaves you feeling your best. Communication for a lifetime. Learn about the services we offer for adults and children.
If you or a loved one has had a stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), or other loss of function in communication, we’re here to help. Speech therapy is focused on retraining your brain to communicate, as well as teaching compensatory strategics to work around your needs.
An in-depth assessment of individual areas of need including:
• Speech production and Intelligibility
• Receptive and Expressive Language
• Voice and Vocal Quality
• Fluency / Stuttering
• Executive Functioning and Organizational skills
• Pronunciation and prosody therapy (*elective)
Treatment and Advocacy
We offer therapy for adults and children with documented communication needs, as well as advocacy for the individual and family.
• Typically 30-60 minute sessions each week
• 1:1 sessions with a licensed Speech Language Pathologist
Treatment Goals in Therapy
• Improve speech fluency and intelligibility
• Improve vocabulary and expressive language
• Improve word finding and memory
• Improve reading and writing
• Trial augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems
• Modify pronunciation and prosody in speech
• Help individuals and their families access social and rehabilitative services
• Second opinion evaluations and reports
• Collaboration with family, caregivers and other therapists
Executive Functioning Training
Executive functioning includes higher level skills like organization, problem solving, and memory. This can be affected by a variety of conditions including stokes, brain injury, ADHD or past leaning difficulties. Therapy will provide techniques to manage a busy school work or college schedule by helping set goals, prioritize tasks and improve memory to increase productivity and achieve goals in all settings.
Treatment Goals in therapy:
• Improve short-term and long-term memory; teach memory strategies
• Improve problem solving by breaking tasks down into workable steps
• Improve organizational and planning skills
Alycia Berg, MS, CCC-SLP
Alycia Berg, MS, CCC-SLP is an experienced clinician who has worked in a wide range of settings including outpatient hospital clinics, early intervention, schools and community-based services. She received her undergraduate degree and her master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.