Loveland offers clinical services in speech-language pathology therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. All services offered are dedicated to helping people become as independent as possible.
Serves to improve a person’s overall communication and swallowing functioning within the context of his or her daily activities. Regarding communication, services may target a range of related areas, including: speech, receptive and expressive language, social/pragmatic language, fluency (stuttering), voice, and cognitive-communication skills. Speech and language therapy may focus on rehabilitating/developing skills in the above areas, as well as finding ways to compensate for chronic or persistent impairments to ensure ideal communicative functioning, and participation in daily activities. Adults with all levels of abilities can benefit from Speech-Language Pathology services.
Assists individuals with the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of daily activities (occupations). Individuals of all levels, abilities and diagnoses can benefit from occupational therapy. Occupational therapy works on but is not limited to: ADL’s (Activities of Daily Living), sensory integration, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, visual perception skills, visual motor integration skills, cognitive communication, executive functioning, etc.
Targets strength training, balance and flexibility exercises. Activities may include aerobic exercises, agility exercises, strength exercises (with free weights, machines, pulleys and resistance bands), balance exercises, and stretches. Activity programs are adapted as needed to accommodate any mobility restrictions (e.g. hemiparesis, wheelchair user, etc.) All individuals with strength, endurance or range of motion difficulties would benefit from Physical Therapy services.