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Speech Therapy

Speech therapy utilizes many interventions aimed at improving the listening, speaking, reading, writing and swallowing skills in adults and children. A trained speech-language pathologist can provide evaluation and treatment, collaborate with other healthcare professionals, counsel families on treatment options, and be an advocate with insurance companies for reimbursement.

Our Services

  • Aphasia (difficulty in speaking, reading or writing)
  • Cognitive-communication disorders
  • Dysarthria and Apraxia (weakness of the speech muscles)
  • Dysphagia (difficulty swallowing)
  • Voice disorders
  • Adult Services: Adults can acquire speech, language and swallowing disorders due to factors such as stroke, head injury, diseases that affect the brain (i.e., ALS, Parkinsons), breathing problems requiring a tracheotomy and/or ventilator, head or neck cancer, abuse/misuse of the vocal cords, and severe or long-term illness.
  • Child Services: Children develop speech and language at varying rates. When a child's skills do not continue to grow, or the speech and language is hard to understand, they may have a speech or language delay or disorder.

Providers at this Clinic

Nikki Walker, SLP

Ashley Garza, SLP

Desiree Rivera, SLP

Contact Us

Location: 508 Stocktrail Avenue, Upper Level, Gillette, Wyoming 82716 -- corner of Sixth and Stocktrail in the Stocktrail Building
Phone: 307-688-8000
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 7 am-5 pm; Friday 7 am-3 pm
Holiday Closures: Memorial Day; Labor Day; Thanksgiving Day and, the day after; Christmas Day; New Year's Day