Speech Sound Disorders
Are you having trouble pronouncing certain sounds? Do others have a difficult time understanding you? A speech sound disorder could be the reason.
Lose your voice often? Feel pain while speaking or swallowing? Have a raspy or rough speaking voice? An underlying pathology or speaking habit might be causing your voice to function less than optimally.
Fluency disorders include stuttering and cluttering. If you find yourself getting stuck on words, repeating sounds, words, and phrases, or having atypical rate and rhythm of speech, it is possible a fluency disorder is present.
The clinicians at New York Speech Pathology offer specialized services based on specific training and unique clinical experience. These include speech coaching, accent modification, vocal coaching, and singing voice rehabilitation.