Geriatric Communication

Neurological and Stroke Disorders

Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder

The muscles of the mouth, face, and respiratory system may become weak, move slowly, or not move at all after a stroke or other brain injury. The type and severity of dysarthria depend on which area of the nervous system is affected.

Some causes of dysarthria include stroke, head injury, Parkinson, cerebral palsy, and muscular dystrophy. Both, children and adults can have dysarthria.

Is disorder that results from damage to the parts of the brain that contain language. Aphasia causes problems with any or all of the following:

speaking, listening, reading, and writing.


Parkinsons Disease
A progressive disorder of the central nervous system associated with deterioration of hthe brain cells that produce dopamine which cause unintelligible speech, low
voice, slowing of movement weak muscular coordination and tremor.
As a result of Parkison's disease, you may need to either talk loud, or shout to have a normal voice. Are you experiencing decreased activity, very soft monotone voice,
articulation disorders, a masked face or mild to obvious postural changes? If you answered YES to any of these questions, then you will benefit from my therapy.
Please contact me for details and consultation.
Services are provided in natural settings: community building, school, home, and business office.

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