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Communicare Therapy Services, Inc. offers a wide-range of therapy and treatment services for all speech and language disorders. Our staff is American Speech and Hearing Association certified and state-licensed to practice speech and language pathology.
We specialize in Apraxia, Feeding/Oral Motor Disorders, Autism, Articulation and Language Delays.
With Communicare Therapy Services, Inc., you will find a staff that is dedicated to helping patients learn to be effective communicators! We accept patients of all ages and are a proud partner of Babies Can't Wait, Georgia's early intervention service for infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities. We accept all Blue Cross Blue Shield, Amerigroup, Aetna, and Peachstate Insurance plans. Contact us to see if your qualify for out-of-network billing. Private-pay clients are welcome.
What is Speech Therapy?
Speech and language therapy provides treatment, support, and care for children and adults who have difficulties with communication, or with eating, drinking, and swallowing.
Communication deficits are primarily characterized by receptive and expressive language disorders and articulation/speech disorders. Receptive language disorders impact a child’s ability to comprehend auditory information. Expressive language disorders impact a child’s ability to formulate thoughts into words. Articulation deficits refer to the ability to produce sounds and words fluently and intelligibly. Oral-motor skills refer to the ability to use and coordinate lips, tongue, teeth, and jaw movements for speech and feeding purposes. Feeding deficits include a person’s ability to chew and swallow food safely and effectively, as well as the ability to eat a wide variety of tastes and textures.
Evaluations and therapy are available in the following areas:
Adult Speech Disorders
Articulation and Phonological Disorders
Auditory Processing Disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Evaluations for Augmentative Communication Devices
Language Processing Disorders
Pediatric Speech Disorders
Receptive and Expressive Language Delay