Speech-language pathologists (sometimes called speech therapists) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social-communication, cognitive-communication, voice and swallowing disorders. Speech-language pathologists work with any age, from infants to adults, to help restore the ability to communicate, eat safely, communicate, remember, understand, and problem-solve.
Our compassionate and patient speech-language pathologists work collaboratively with your medical professional team to monitor your progress and recovery. In addition, we will provide training and education to family members and care providers in strategies to increase independence and safety at home and in the community.
We have a large number of speech-language pathologists located throughout Wisconsin, making it easy to get speech therapy close to home. We offer speech therapy in our hospitals, many of our clinics as well as home care. Our speech-language pathologists are committed to putting you and your loved ones first – helping you live well.
Service Areas for Children
Service areas for Adults