Augmentative Communication Program | Conditions We Evaluate & Treat

At the Augmentative Communication Program, we have extensive experience evaluating and treating complex communication needs resulting from a variety of conditions including the following:

  • motor speech disorders (apraxia/dysarthria/anarthria)
  • speech sound production disorders (reduced intelligibility of speech)
  • language disorders/delay
  • aphasia
  • nonspeaking
  • difficulty speaking
  • and more

Our occupational therapists are skilled in evaluation and treatment of alternative access needs resulting from a variety of conditions including the following:

  • congenital upper extremity anomalies
  • disorders of tone (spasticity, dystonia, hypotonia)
  • delayed gross and fine motor development
  • motor planning and coordination
  • neurologic and movement disorders
  • and more

Complex communication and physical access needs might be related to a diagnosis of: