at 6666 Harwin Dr, Ste 490, Houston, 77036 United States
Bilingual Speech Therapy of Houston, PLLC is based in Houston, Texas. We are fully equipped to diagnose and treat all communication disorders.
At Bilingual Speech Therapy of Houston we are equipped to meet the communication needs of the pediatric and adult residents of Houston and surrounding areas. Services are provided by experienced bilingual speech-language pathologists that are fully-licensed by the State of Texas and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. In addition to being the premier collective of bilingual speech-language pathology service providers in the Greater Houston Area our clinicians also have a wealth of knowledge and experience that includes the provision of speech and language services in the following settings: •adult inpatient rehabilitation (i.e., acute care, long term acute care, nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities) at some of the nation's finest hospitals •adult and pediatric outpatient rehabilitation (i.e., hospital-based and private practice) •schools •home health i.e., private residences •daycare and preschool facilities
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Since 2007 we have been working tirelessly to help people meet their speech-language pathology needs.
Each of our experienced speech-language pathologists is fully-licensed by the State of Texas and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
BSTH has gained a solid reputation as a leading provider by working with many established, well-known, and highly-respected agencies and institutions.
Our clinicians have a wealth of knowledge and experience that includes the provision of speech and language services in numerous settings.
We are fully equipped to identify, diagnose, and treat a variety of pediatric and adult speech-language pathology issues including those related to:
augmentative-alternative communication (AAC); i.e., using alternative forms of communication
expressive language: verbal and non-verbal means of communication
receptive language/auditory comprehension difficulty, i.e., trouble understanding others
social skills/pragmatics: understanding how to use and change language according to the listener(s) and/or the setting
speech production–producing speech that others can understand
voice/resonance: issues with oral-nasal resonance, vocal quality, loudness, or pitch
At BSTH we regularly help people reach their goals and maximize their outcomes while helping to improve their overall quality of life.
Let us share our expertise with you.
Please call or visit us today for your free 30 minute consultation with one of our licensed, certified and experienced speech-language pathologists.