1100 Highland Drive
Concordia, KS 66901
- Laser Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Dysphagia Therapy - for patients with difficulty swallowing; diagnostic videofluoroscopic swallowing exams are available.
- Language Therapy - for adults with comprehension and / or expressive language deficits or children with a language delay or disorder.
- Speech Therapy - for patients of any age who have weak oral / facial muscles, imprecise articulation, or poor speech intelligibility.
- Voice Therapy - for patients with voice problems such as hoarseness or lack of voice
- Cognitive Therapy - for patients with memory, attention, or problem solving deficits as a result of neurological impairments including age-related problems.
- Early Intervention - for infants from 0-3 years old. Addresses oral-motor and speech/language development through the Infant Toddler Program.
The Speech-Language Pathologist provides a wide variety of speech, language and swallowing therapies to inpatients and outpatients, as well as home care services to adults, children, and infants.
Mary Anderson, MA/CCC-SLP has been a certified Speech-Language Pathologist since 1975, and has expertise in a wide variety of oral and communication disorders. She is a Certified LSVT® (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment) Clinician. In order to become certified to provide LSVT®, licensed Speech-Language Pathologists are required to take training beyond that of other therapists. The LSVT® is used to treat speech and voice disorders caused by Parkinson Disease, as well as other conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, vocal cord paralysis, and even “the aging voice” (hoarse and soft). Research is ongoing, but initial findings indicated that LSVT® can also benefit children with cerebral palsy and Down Syndrome.
If you or someone you know is experiencing speech and/or voice problems, please contact Mary Anderson at 785-243-8514, or see the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment® website at www.lsvt.org.