Chicago based Therapy Care Ltd., our staff of highly skilled speech pathologists works with clients to develop a program that is right for them
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Therapy Care, Ltd. specializes in all forms of speech therapy services including:

Alzheimer Treatment

  • Therapy focuses on establishing compensatory protocols for the patients daily functioning.

Aphasia Therapy

  • Aphasia results from damage to the left side of the brain.  Therapy includes affected areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing.

Apraxia Therapy

  • Apraxia is a motor speech disorder.  Therapy focuses on improving the planning and coordination of muscle movement necessary for speech.

Articulation Disorders

  • Articulation disorders are problems with making certain sounds past a developmentally appropriate age.  Therapy focuses on teaching correct placement and production of the error sounds.

Auditory Processing Disorders

  • Auditory Processing Disorder refers to how the central nervous system uses auditory information.  Therapy is highly individualized and deficit specific.

Augmentative/Alternative Communication

  • Therapy programs are designed from the most simplistic forms of alternative communication to complex devices.

Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Autism is a disorder with deficits in communication, socialization, play and behavior.  Therapy is highly individualized based on the needs of each child.

Cancer Patient Rehabilitation

  • Therapy specific to damage in the head and neck area which may include laryngectomy or traumatic brain injury.

Developmental Disability

  • Therapy focuses on each client’s individual needs.  Goals include current level of functioning and the communication needs for daily living environments.

Dysarthria Therapy

  • Dysarthria is a motor speech problem in which the facial muscles become weakened or may not move.  Therapy is individualized based on the cause, type and severity of the dysarthria.

Dysphagia Therapy

  • Dysphagia is difficulty swallowing.  Therapy is highly individualized based on the type of dysphagia and age of client.  Therapy with adults focuses on strategies, food textures and direct therapy.  Therapy with children focuses on improving tongue strength and coordination, coordinating the suck, swallow, breath pattern and improving the sucking and drinking ability.

Expressive Language Disorders

  • Therapy focuses on the individual delay or disorder.  The goal is to improve how thoughts and ideas are shared with others.

Fluency Disorders

  • Both stuttering and cluttering affect the fluency of speech.  Therapy is individualized and focuses on teaching skills or behaviors that lead to improved communication.

Hearing Impaired

  • Therapy programs are created which are specific to the degree of hearing loss.

Neurological Disease

  • Includes multiple sclerosis and other related diseases.  Therapy focuses on systems and skills affected by the course of the disease.

Parkinson Disease Treatment

  • Breathing control and support skills necessary for basic daily communication needs are targeted in therapy. 

Phonological Disorders

  • Phonological disorders are errors that affect the sound patterns.  Therapy focuses on auditory bombardment and production practice of the error patterns.

Pragmatic Language Disorders

  • Pragmatics is the rules for social language.  Therapy focuses on teaching the rules for conversation, using language for different purposes and changing language dependent on the situation.

Receptive Language Disorders

  • Therapy focuses on the individual delay or disorder.  The goal is to improve the client’s understanding of others.

Response to Intervention (RTI)

  • RTI is a multitiered approach to interventions.  Our speech-language pathologists play a large role in creating these programs.

Sign Language

  • Therapy programs are created specifically to the degree of hearing loss, and consider the cognitive level of function.

Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Therapy is specific to cognitive orientation and functioning within the patient’s environment.  Goals are structured to return to the work or home environment.

Voice Disorders

  • Treatment for voice disorders is highly individualized depending on the cause of the disorder and medical intervention necessary.

Written Language Disorders

  • Treatment varies depending on the cause of the disorder.  Therapy focuses on literacy and functioning on the job, in school or the community.
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