Our Speech-Language Pathologists are committed to helping adults and children maximize their ability to understand spoken words, express their thoughts and ideas, and use language socially. We develop programs that build on the strengths of the individual to meet their unique needs.
OT services help individuals participate in the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. Interventions help children with disabilities participate in school and social situations, help people recovering from injury regain skills, and provide supports for adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.
Ridge Zeller Therapy’s educational psychologists are highly skilled in assessing and developing interventions for early childhood developmental delays, learning disabilities, academic delays, cognitive delays, social-emotional difficulties, and behavior disorders.
Our speech-language therapists are specially trained in conducting comprehensive dyslexia evaluations utilizing a variety of assessment techniques. We develop individualized dyslexia treatment and intervention plans that meet your child’s unique literacy needs.
Ridge Zeller Therapy's comprehensive team approach includes assessments by a speech-language pathologist, and occupational therapist. Our staff works collaboratively with families to develop a treatment plan for each patient, with goals and intervention recommendations designed to meet each individual’s needs.
The professional in charge of each individual’s feeding and swallowing therapy program is known as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). The SLP will design a individual specialized program. Activities will be developed to make therapy interesting and effective in meeting goals.
Our Speech-Language Pathologists can help you determine if there is a need for additional testing or treatment and provide recommendations to help you with your speech at home.
The goal of voice therapy is to eliminate or improve problems related to the quality, pitch, and loudness of your voice. Voice therapy can also be used to train your voice in order to avoid vocal problems, to change the sound or pitch of one's voice, or to sound more feminine or masculine.
Is your accent preventing you from meeting your professional, academic, or social goals? It is crucial in today’s global workforce to communicate clearly and confidently. Our speech therapists trained in accent reduction and modification and will work with you to be a confident and articulate communicator.
Tongue thrust is very treatable. Our speech pathologists will work with your child on specific exercises designed to promote a normal swallowing pattern, as well as correct speech issues. Recovery can be made with a commitment to prescribed exercises necessary to correct the condition. Find out how our highly-skilled Speech-Language Pathologists can help.
Our speech therapists are trained to distinguish Childhood Apraxia of Speech from other types of speech disorders. Diagnosing and treating Childhood Apraxia of Speech in the early stages may reduce the risk of long-term persistence of the problem. Find out how our highly-skilled Speech-Language Pathologists can help.
Our highly-skilled and compassionate Speech-Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists deliver superior adult therapy services addressing a wide range of conditions. Evidence-based and personalized programs are tailored to meet the needs of each patient, emphasizing patient and caregiver education to ensure best possible outcomes.