Who Could benefit from Voice Treatment?
Does your voice fade during meetings or social activities?
Is it difficult for others to hear you?
Do others ask you to repeat yourself?
Have you noticed your voice gets quieter at the end of the day?
Do you have a diagnosis or Parkinson's or other neurological condition?
Voice Treatments Available for a variety of conditions including:
Parkinson's Disease - research-supported treatments used including:
SPEAK OUT! voice treatment for Parkinson's
Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT)
Vocal strain or feeling of a Weak, hoarse voice - Common among professionals who use their voices all day (e.g. Teachers, Coaches, Realtors, Accountants, Sales)
Presbyphonia - As some people age, their vocal quality may become quieter, more hoarse. Treatment can help
Vocal Cord Dysfunction
Therapy starts with a communication evaluation.
We look at:
WHAT is difficult,
WHY it's difficult,
HOW it's impacting living life (what can't the person do because of their condition).
Once we know those factors, then we work as a team to choose goals and develop a plan to help. Total hours/week is dependent on the client and how often they practice their home program. Some insurances require a doctor referral. We can contact your doctor to request the referral, if needed.