Blue Sky

Home Health


Speech Therapy Services

Speech therapy home health services involve bringing speech therapy sessions directly to individuals in their homes. A licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP) assesses and treats communication and swallowing disorders in the comfort of the client’s residence. Sessions may include exercises to improve speech articulation, language comprehension, cognitive skills, and swallowing abilities. The therapist tailors the therapy plan to the client’s specific needs and goals, providing personalized care and support in familiar surroundings.

Speech Therapy Techniques:


Articulation Therapy

Focuses on improving the clarity of speech sounds by teaching correct tongue placement, airflow, and mouth movements.


Language Therapy

Targets comprehension and expression of spoken and written language through activities such as vocabulary building, sentence construction, and storytelling.


Voice Therapy

Addresses voice disorders by targeting vocal resonance, pitch, volume, and quality through exercises and vocal hygiene practices.


Fluency Therapy

Aims to improve the flow and rhythm of speech for individuals with stuttering or cluttering through techniques such as slow and rhythmic speech, breathing exercises, and desensitization strategies.


Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Involves using tools or devices such as communication boards, speech-generating devices, or sign language to support individuals with limited verbal communication abilities.


Cognitive-Communication Therapy

Targets cognitive skills such as attention, memory, problem-solving, and executive functioning to improve communication abilities in individuals with cognitive impairments.

Speech Therapy

These techniques are applied based on the individual’s diagnosis, goals, and specific needs, often in combination to address multiple aspects of communication or swallowing difficulties. The speech-language pathologist selects and adapts techniques to create a customized therapy plan for each client.

For further information, Call: 818-754-1000