Speech Pathology forMotor Speech

Motor Speech disorders are characterized by difficulty moving the muscles needed for speech production due to weakness or reduced coordination.

Symptoms can include:

  • Slurred or mumbled speech
  • Varied rate of speech
  • Soft or whispered speech
  • Weakness in muscles of face, tongue and larynx.
  • Difficulty coordinating muscles to make speech sounds.
  • Difficulty producing long words.
  • Varied quality of speech (E.g nasal sounding)

Commonly occur with conditions such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease, traumatic brain injury, dementia and brain tumours.


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Mobile, Telehealth and in-clinic Speech Pathology appointments for ages 13+