Speech-language pathology is the service for individuals with speech, listening, or communication difficulties. Client's age range may vary from children whose language development is delayed to seniors whose speaking and listening skills are impaired with aging. Some speech-language pathologists offer an accent reduction program for those who wish to minimize their accent.

Do you have these concerns?

  • Communication difficulties
  • Pronunciation difficulties
  • Cannot express thoughts in words
  • Concerned about the child's language development
  • Easily forgets the names of items
  • A part of speech may sound unclear
  • Difficulty in using a loud voice
  • Cannot eat food well or often choke during a meal
  • Struggles to pronunce English words
  • Desires to reduce accent
  • Not sure when to nod or start speaking during the conversation


  • Aphasia
  • Dementia
  • Memory problems
  • Higher brain dysfunction
  • Autism, High-functioning autism
  • Language delay
  • Expressive or receptive language disroder
  • Communication disroder
  • Auditory disorder
  • Vocal impairment
  • Phonological disorder
  • Language disorder
  • Dysarthria or articulatory disorder
  • Dysphagia or impaired swallowing