The Speech Language Pathology team offers inpatient and outpatient treatment. Services are provided by professional speech language pathologists holding master’s level degrees, as well as being both licensed by the Kentucky Board of Speech Language Pathology and nationally certified by the American Speech Language Hearing Association.
The Speech Language Pathology team provides evaluation and treatment of a variety of different diagnoses in both adults and children on a daily basis, including the following:
Childhood Speech and Language Disorders (PDF, 102 KB)
• Pediatric feeding disorders
Dysphagia (PDF, 100 KB) (swallowing disorder) evaluation and treatment
• Evaluation and treatment of acquired neurogenic and other
adult speech and language disorders
• Cognitive evaluations and treatment
• Communication assistance to patients status post-laryngectomy
• Pre-operative education for patients prior to laryngectomy
• Modified barium swallow studies • Fiberoptic
endoscopic evaluation of swallowing • Assessment for Passy Muir Speaking Valve for patients with tracheostomy tubes
• Assessment of velopharyngeal port insufficiency
(Spanish) therapy services • Post-concussive
cognitive intervention • Social skill groups
• Aphasia group treatment
• Traumatic brain injury group treatment
• Involvement in the Lost Chords Club for patients post-laryngectomy
Outpatient Services are available at:
College of Health SciencesCharles T. Wethington, Jr. BuildingRoom 110900 S. LimestoneLexington KY 40536-0200
Parking is available at the Kentucky Clinic Parking Garage (PS #3).
Insurance policies can vary widely. Please check with your doctor/clinic for specific insurance information before your visit or procedure to avoid unexpected out-of-pocket costs.
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Inpatient services, depending on service needed:
Physician referrals are required.
Evaluation for children with feeding problems (PDF, 172 KB)
Speech language evaluation paperwork (PDF, 28 KB)
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