How Speech Therapy Can Help Your Family

Clarity

Clarity

Learn proper breath, mouth and jaw control. Practice allows you to make sure your voice is heard. Strong breath leads to strong speech.

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Confidence

Confidence

Students who have speak better perform better in the classroom, and well spoken adults are more likely to advance quickly in their career.

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Trust

Trust

When we can communicate clearly with those around us, we are much more likely to establish trust and a strong rapport!

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Leadership

Leadership

When we can communicate clearly with those around us, we are much more likely to establish trust and a strong rapport!

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MEET OUR CLINICAL DIRECTOR

Clinical Director

Pamela Rowe MA, CCC-SLP

Pamela Rowe, MA, CCC-SLP is a graduate of the prestigious University of Central Florida Communication Disorders program. Pamela provides quality direction in the clinical setting as well as quality, evidence-based therapy to her patients.

Pamela Rowe, MA, CCC-SLP is the Clinical Director of Pamela Rowe, Speech and Occupational Therapy.

Pamela Rowe, MA, CCC-SLP has more than 20 years of experience working with infants, children, adults and seniors. A full list of the Speech, Language, Swallowing, Voice conditions and disorders treated is listed on the FAQs Page.

CERTIFICATIONS

  • American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Certificate of Clinical Competence
  • FL Department of Health Board of Speech Pathology Licensure
  • Orange County Commission on Aging Advisory Past Board Member
  • ASHA Swallowing & Swallowing Disorders Special Interest member
  • ASHA Gerontology Special Interest Group Member

We work with a wide variety of insurance carriers (including Medicaid) to make sure you’re covered.

Speech Therapy for Children

The first 3 years of life are the most intensive period for acquiring speech and language skills. These skills develop best in a world that is rich with sounds, sights, and consistent exposure to the speech and language of others.

Speech Therapy for Adults

Common speech difficulties in adults include apraxia, dysarthia, stuttering, and voice disorders. Speech therapy focuses on helping you understand words that are spoken to you, and the ability to use words to express yourself.

Speech Therapy for Seniors

The elderly suffer from a wide variety of difficulties that may impact their ability to communicate effectively. Diseases such as strokes, dementia, head injuries, etc. often cause problems with communication, behavior, and problem solving.

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