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Specializes in Speech Therapy
13121 East 17th Avenue; C234
Aurora, CO
 

Ms. Teresa Charlifue-Smith works as a speech therapist. Ms. Charlifue-Smith's clinical interests include speech therapy treatment. She is in-network for several insurance carriers, including Humana HMO, Humana Bronze, and Humana Catastrophic. She is professionally affiliated with Children's Hospital Colorado and the University Physicians.

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Clinical interests: Speech Therapy Treatment

Aleaza S Goldberg, Speech-Language Pathologist, MA
Specializes in Speech Therapy
12605 E 16th Avenue
Aurora, CO
 

Ms. Aleaza Goldberg's area of specialization is speech therapy. Her areas of expertise include speech therapy treatment. She is in-network for Humana HMO, Humana Bronze, and Humana Catastrophic, as well as other insurance carriers. Ms. Goldberg's professional affiliations include the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) and the University Physicians.

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Clinical interests: Speech Therapy Treatment

Specializes in Speech Therapy
13121 E 17th Avenue
Aurora, CO
 

Ms. Teresa Hall practices speech therapy in Aurora, CO. She takes several insurance carriers, including Humana HMO, Humana Bronze, and Humana Catastrophic.

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Specializes in Speech Therapy
2822 S Wheeling Way
Aurora, CO
 

Ms. Marianne Stockdale specializes in speech therapy and practices in Aurora, CO. She is an in-network provider for Humana HMO, Humana Bronze, Humana Catastrophic, and more.

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What is Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy is a treatment that helps people of all ages who have problems speaking and using language. The professionals who provide speech therapy are called speech and language pathologists, or sometimes just speech therapists. Speech therapy is often associated with children, and many kids do need extra help overcoming speech disorders such as a lisp or a stutter. However, older patients also often rely on speech services, for instance after a stroke.

The issues that are treated in speech therapy can be broadly broken down into three main categories. They are:
  • Speech disorders, which affect the voice and the ability to form sounds properly or speak fluently. Examples include dysarthria, stuttering, and vocal cord polyps.
  • Language disorders, which are problems with either saying or understanding spoken words. Examples include autism and pragmatic (social) language disorders.
  • Swallowing disorders, including drooling and difficulty swallowing. Since speech therapy involves treatment for the muscles of the mouth and throat, some swallowing disorders can be treated by speech therapists.

The way speech therapy is conducted depends greatly on the age and needs of the patient being served. Therapy may be conducted one-on-one, in a small group, or in a classroom. Standardized testing is often used to evaluate speech. Depending on the patient, therapy may include games, conversation, role playing and storytelling, flash cards, or singing. The speech therapist sometimes assigns exercises for the patient to practice at home.

There are many causes for speech disorders, and they are surprisingly common. Speech therapy is an effective treatment that helps these patients communicate their thoughts and feelings with others.
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