Speech Therapy

Care First Rehab has provided high quality, professional speech and language therapy for children and adults for almost 8 years. We provide speech therapy services at our clinic in Cary, NC or in-home to patients living in Wake and Durham County. Our trained therapists have the tools and expertise to build speech treatment plans that will meet your specific needs and address your areas of concern. Designed to produce results, we work to provide measurable results through gradual, positive changes in the areas of speech that you currently struggle with.

We have a variety of Speech Language Pathologists with extensive experience and knowledge in a wide variety of communication disorders. Speech and language therapy includes the treatment of articulation delays, language delays, fluency (stuttering) and voice disorders. We provide speech therapy services to treat the following delayed speech and language disorders:

  • Apraxia
  • Feeding Therapy
  • Stroke
  • Dysarthria
  • Vocal Cord Issues
  • Vocal Fold Issues
  • Aphasia
  • Articulation & Phonological Disorders
  • Stuttering
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Autism
  • Cleft Lip & Palate

Contact us for an evaluation if you notice any of the following behaviors:

  • Inability to communicate effectively in social settings
  • Slow or stagnant speech development
  • Sudden decrease of expressive speech skills
  • Limited vocabulary when compared to others in same age group
  • Speech that is not understood by family members and/or strangers
  • Lacks interest in communicating and/or gets frustrated when attempting to communicate
  • Stuttering that fosters a sense of embarrassment and/or difficulty with peers
  • Difficulty with sucking, chewing, and/or swallowing
  • Excessive drooling
  • Consistently hoarse voice
  • Not speaking clearly by age 3

Feeding Therapy

Feeding therapy can help infants and children with:

  • Reduced or limited intake
  • Food refusal and food selectivity by type and/or texture
  • Oral motor deficits
  • Delayed feeding development
  • Food or swallowing phobias

Why is it important? Feeding therapy can prevent and eliminate nutritional concerns, growth concerns (including failure to thrive), unsafe swallowing which may lead to aspiration, pneumonia, and future poor eating habits/attitudes.

Feeding therapy can help with:

  • Independently eating a wide array of textures
  • Demonstrating safe chewing/swallowing
  • Increasing intake
  • Decreasing negative mealtime behaviors

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