“Accents, whether they are regional or foreign, are a natural part of spoken language. It is important to recognize that no accent is “better” than another. It should also be stressed that accents are NOT a communication disorder.
An individual typically seeks accent modification services because others have difficulty understanding what that person is communicating.” (asha.org) Our staff is trained to help those seeking accent modification.
Receptive and Expressive Language
Adults can suffer from a variety of speech and language difficulties. These difficulties may be the result of a stroke, traumatic brain injury, or another diagnosis that affects speech and language. For more information regarding adult speech and language, please visit The American Speech-Language Hearing Association