Speech therapy for adults

You can make an appointment for speech therapy if you are over 18 years of age and you have problems caused by a neurological disease or injury which cause difficulties in - language functions (difficulties in producing and understanding speech, and (difficulties) in reading and writing) - motor speech functions (speech ambiguities, difficulties in producing voice) - swallowing functions (difficulties in swallowing or working food or drink/fluids in the mouth). If necessary, the speech therapist may aid you with other speech-related problems, such as stuttering, phoneme articulation disorders and functional voice disorders.