Autism

April was Autism Awareness Month: Speech-Language Pathology Helps Children and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder According to an article published by the American Speech Language Hearing Association, “The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th...

Lee Silverman Voice Treatment LOUD

Frederick SLP is pleased to announce that speech-language pathologist Joanna Jobin, M.S. CCC-SLP is now certified to provide Lee Silverman Voice Treatment LOUD to clients at the clinic. Lee Silverman Voice Treatment LOUD (LSVT LOUD) is an evidence-based...
Speech Therapy for Pediatric Dysphagia

Speech Therapy for Pediatric Dysphagia

According to the American Speech and Hearing Association, Pediatric Dysphagia (aka feeding difficulties) occurs in 1% of children. This can be due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to, complex medical conditions, reflux, sensory issues, or structural...
Speech Therapy After Stroke

Speech Therapy After Stroke

Cerebrovascular accident, otherwise known as stroke, is an injury to the brain. The brain controls everything we do, including what we are able to say and understand. If there is damage to the part of the brain responsible for language, the ability to comprehend or...
LSVT Loud

LSVT Loud

A therapeutic technique that our professionals at Laura Michie, LLC are trained in and have experience with is LSVT Loud. LSVT Loud is an evidence-based speech therapy for people with Parkinson disease and other neurological conditions such as atypical parkinsonisms...
Apraxia and Prompt Therapy

Apraxia and Prompt Therapy

Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) is a neurological speech sound disorder in which motor planning of speech movements are impaired. The primary impairment is planning and/or programming a sequence of movements to produce speech. According to ASHA.org, “Childhood...