Speech Therapy

therapist and patientThe HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley Communication Disorders Department provides a wide variety of speech diagnostics and treatments for speech conditions and disorders. Our speech pathology team, comprised of highly qualified New York State licensed speech pathologists, is dedicated to making your communication more effective by using advanced technologies and innovations.

Outpatient Speech-language therapy is provided for both children and adults who are living at home but continue to require hands-on intervention.  The speech therapists assess current limitation in a variety of areas and will design a treatment plan for your specific needs and personal goals. A client/child centered approach is used to maximize engagement, motivation, and success of treatment. Both patients and caregivers will receive training and education on therapeutic strategies and techniques that are used in treatment to facilitate carryover of progress into daily living.

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For more information about other rehabilitation programs at HealthAlliance, click on the links on the left. For questions about speech-language therapy, please call 845.334.2870.
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Speech-language pathologists work to identify, evaluate and treat communication disorders. We work with patients to improve their ability to meet the demands of daily activities and the challenges of returning to the workplace.

The speech therapists at HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley are trained to assess and treat the following:

  • Speech disorders
    • Dysarthria
    • Apraxia
  • Language disorders
    • Expressive Aphasia
    • Receptive Aphasia
  • Voice Disorders
    • LSVT certified therapist
    • Vocal nodules
    • Muscle tension dysphonia
    • Vocal paralysis
  • Cognitive impairments
    • Memory
    • Problem-solving

The speech therapists at Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley are trained to assess and treat the following:

  • Speech
    • phonological disorders
    • apraxia of speech
    • articulation delays
  • Expressive/Receptive language delays and disorders
  • Alternative Augmentative Communication “AAC”
  • Pragmatic impairments
  • Swallowing and feeding disorders
  • Voice Disorders
    • Vocal nodules
    • Muscle tension dysphonia
    • Vocal paralysis
Dysphagia, or swallowing difficulties, may be related to strokes, head injuries or progressive neurological diseases (i.e. MS or ALS). Swallowing difficulties challenge our lifestyles. Our team of specialists is trained in the diagnosis and treatment of dysphagia. We provide tableside assessments and modified barium swallow studies in conjunction with radiology. We will work with you to develop treatment plans and diet modifications to increase independent living and enjoyment.
Kingston Outpatient Therapy
371 Broadway
Kingston, NY 12401
Phone: 845.334.2870
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