Speech & Language Pathology

Our certified Speech Therapists, also called Speech Language Pathologists (SLP), evaluate and treat mild to severe language, speech, voice, and cognitive disorders.  We also treat dysphagia, which is difficulty with swallowing.  Deficits may be a result from neurological disease or accident (e.g. Parkinson’s or stroke), traumatic brain injury, developmental delays, or other causes. We offer services to adults, children, and infants.

Speech language pathologists are graduates of accredited programs and are currently licensed by the state of Colorado with a Master’s Degree.

Services offered to promote communication include: 

Adult services:

Stroke rehabilitation
Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation
Language and speech disorders
Cognitive disorders (e.g. attention, memory, problem solving)
Dysphagia (swallowing disorders)
Voice disorders
Augmentative and alternative communication

  • This includes low-tech and high- tech.  For example: communication boards, speech to text apps for the iPad, or a high-tech speech generating device

Pediatric services (infant through teens):

Developmental Delays
Expressive and receptive language
Articulation
Stuttering
Auditory processing disorders
Social-pragmatic disorders

  • Difficulty responding appropriately to social cues and interacting appropriately with peers.  An example of this is autism.
  • Cognitive disorders (e.g. attention, memory, problem solving)
  • Oral-motor, feeding, and swallowing disorders
  • Voice disorders
  • Augmentative and alternative communication

Scottish Rite funding is available for children in need of ST services whose families are uninsured or under-insured. Please call (970) 240-2819 for more information.

Click the button below to meet the Mountain View Therapy Speech & Language Pathology Team and read their biographies!

Speech & Language Pathology Team