Some of the services provided include Immittance Testing, Behavioral Testing, Otoacoustic Emissions, Auditory Processing Evaluations, Industrial Testing for OSHA mandates.
The Speech Therapy department of the Regional Rehabilitation Center is responsible for diagnosing and treating infants, children, and adults with communication needs.
Our clients range from pediatrics to geriatrics with a wide variety of diagnoses including but are not limited to strokes, brain injuries, autism and other neurological disorders, developmental delay, sensory integration dysfunction, degenerative diseases, and orthopedic problems.
In treating pediatrics to geriatrics, a wide variety of diagnoses treated by the department consist of, but are not limited to, neurological disorders, developmental delay, degenerative diseases, orthopedic problems, and pain.
All children with dyslexia can read—up to a point. However, auditory processing problems prevent them from hearing all the individual sounds in a word; therefore, they do not read by sounding out. People with dyslexia can significantly improve their reading and spelling skills if they are taught differently.
The Early Intervention program serves infants and toddlers from birth to thirty-six months with a significant developmental delay or a condition that places them at risk for a significant developmental delay.