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Virtual Services

Receive therapy from the comfort of your own home.   We offer online evaluation and treatment sessions for swallowing, cognitive, and communication disorders.   

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Cognition refers to the ability to think, reason, pay attention, retain information, solve problems, etc.  Impairments in this area can impact ability to carry out activities of daily living, and sometimes, safety.   A cognitive impairment can occur as a result of a neurological injury, a neurodegenerative disease, etc, 



  • Inability to problem solve may impact ability to manage personal finances. 

  • Impaired attention and short term memory could impact one's ability to safely dose and take medications.  

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Impaired swallowing is called dysphagia. Inability to, or difficulty swallowing, can be due to a wide variety of causes.  Difficulty swallowing may impact a person of any age, can cause pulmonary & nutrition/hydration complications, and greatly impacts one's quality of life. 

Symptoms may include, but are not limited to the following when eating or drinking:

  • coughing

  • throat clearing 

  • shortness of breath during meals

  • wet vocal quality 

  • feeling a sensation of tightness or something being stuck in throat

  • difficulty holding or moving food/drinks in the mouth

  • prolonged time frame needed to consume a meal

  • food avoidance

  • regurgitation of food/drinks

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Speech & Language

Speech refers to how sounds are produced when communicating.  A speech disorder is an impairment in the ability to produce these sounds, and can occur throughout the lifetime.  


A language impairment can impact one's ability to express and/or understand communication.  This is different from a speech impairment, and there are a multitude of different language disorders. Language disorders can occur in both children and adults.  


  • In adults, distortion in speech may result from a brain injury, stroke, head & neck surgery, etc, 

  • Deficits in both expressive and receptive language may occur in adults following a neurological injury (stroke, hypoxic brain injury, traumatic brain injury, tumor resection, degenerative disease, etc.).


Pediatric Feeding

Our pediatric feeding specialist, whose area of expertise is birth to 3, makes home visits in the Germantown and Collierville areas.   Contact us to book a session today. 

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