Guardian Angel’s Home Health Care Services- Get The Care You Need Today To Overcome Speech and Communication Challenges

Illnesses and chronic conditions can make speaking difficult. If you or a loved one has suffered a stroke or another condition that has made talking difficult, the speech pathologists at Guardian Angel can help. We offer customized speech and language disorder therapy for patients 65 and older.

If you have a loved one in need of speech and language therapy, contact Guardian Angel to schedule an appointment. We can talk with you about your specific needs, work with your physician, and develop a customized treatment plan.

Get The Help You Need Today

Whether you’re looking for immediate care or simply planning for the future, contact Guardian Angel today. Our representatives are on call to talk with you about your concerns. You don’t have to feel overwhelmed dealing with the medical needs you or a loved one may be facing. We can provide peace-of-mind that help is available Call Guardian Angel today for more information about out speech and languages services or to schedule an appointment. A representative is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Conditions That Require Speech Therapy Services


If your loved one has had a stroke, you may know what Aphasia is. Aphasia is a communication disorder in which patients struggle finding the right words to articulate their thoughts. Their speech can be unclear or halting. Speech Therapy can help patients concentrate and put their thoughts and words together more effectively.


Some patients have trouble words together in the correct order or have difficulty moving their lips correctly to form the words they’re trying to say. Speech therapy can help patients by slowing down their speech and forcing them to say the words correctly and in the right order. Repeating certain words and phrases can also help a patient’s speech.


A number of medical conditions can cause older patients to have trouble swallowing including strokes, dental issues, pneumonia, dry mouth, etc. Trouble swallowing can cause speech issues. A speech therapist may recommend certain accommodations to help alleviate swallowing problems including special positions for eating or modified utensils.


Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder commonly seen in those with diseases that affect the nervous system causing weakness or paralysis such as Parkinson’s. Speech may be slurred, slow, or mumbled making patients hard to understand. Speech therapists will identify the specific issues causing Dysarthria and evaluate the patient’s muscle and breathing patterns to find the best methods for improving their speech. Therapists may work with their lip and tongue movements, their breathing patterns, and help them slow down their speech to better form words and sentences.


Patients suffering from dementia can often benefit from speech therapy. Therapists can help loved ones better communicate using a number of techniques involving familiar sounds, simple speech patterns with simple words, and familiar visual cues. The goal is to help patients retain their ability to communicate with loved ones for as long as possible