Communication Matters Speech Therapy
Speech Therapy, Language Therapy, and Evaluations by Caring Speech and Language Therapists Based in St. Augustine, Florida
Communication Matters is now accepting new clients for speech and language evaluation and treatment services for children and adults. Along with speech and language evaluation and therapy services, family and caregiver coaching and support services are also offered. Each of the services is designed and provided specifically for your needs.
Communication Matters conveniently offers after-hour services to accommodate to your schedule. To make the therapy comfortable for the client and family members, services are conducted within the client’s natural environment and the speech-language pathologist comes to you!
Not sure if you or your loved one qualifies for therapy?
Communication Matters offers FREE Speech and Language Screenings to determine if further evaluations are necessary.
If you have concerns about the communication skills of you or your loved one, click here for more information.
Communication Matters offers speech and language evaluation and treatment services in the following areas:
- Articulation/Phonological Disorders (impaired production of speech sounds)
- Receptive and Expressive Language Delays
- Auditory Comprehension
- Language Processing/Language Based Learning Disabilities
- Apraxia of Speech (impaired ability to sequence muscle movements to produce speech)
- Aphasia (impaired ability to understand or express speech caused by brain damage)
- Dysarthria (impaired articulation skills caused by brain damage)
- Auditory Learning/Habilitation
- Development of Sign and Spoken Language in Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children
- Development/Improvement of Written English Skills
Communication Matters is run by a clinician who has the background knowledge in the field of speech and language development/rehabilitation and communicates fluently in English and American Sign Language (ASL). The speech-language pathologist has years of experience of working with Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals who use (1) ASL as their primary mode of communication, (2) spoken English as their primary mode of communication, and (3) both ASL and English. She also has experience with spoken language development of hearing children who have Deaf or hard-of-hearing parents. To read more about the speech-language pathologist, click here.
If you have concerns about the communication skills of you or your loved one, please call (904) 342-5984 for a complimentary personal consultation.