Spring Lake Speech Pathologist
Find the right words, organize your thoughts, and free your voice with a dedicated, experienced Spring Lake speech pathologist at Neurorehab & Speech Healers, LLC!
Speech pathologists assist you with initial speech and language formation, speech comprehension, as well as supporting those struggling with speech issues related to a medical condition or accident.
Dealing with speech and cognition issues related to neurological conditions, traumatic brain injury, or even dysphagia can be both frustrating and even a bit scary at times. The inability to effectively control your speech and comprehend conversation can make even the most intelligent person feel less confident in interpersonal interactions. We understand, and we can help.
At Neurorehab & Speech Healers, LLC, our experienced, compassionate speech pathologists provide support to people of all ages who need assistance clearly speaking their minds. Our experts use proven methodologies to develop an effective therapy plan that allows you to reclaim or establish your vocal independence.
Safe teletherapy and online therapy options are available. Call Neurorehab & Speech Healers, LLC at (732) 783-5539 for a Free Consultation!
Reclaim Your Voice!
Living with a barrier to language and communication can be frustrating for you and the people around you. It impacts your confidence, relationships, and even your safety.
Our Spring Lake speech pathologists are experienced and dedicated. We treat patients suffering from many different disorders that can impact your speech, including Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Autism, Down’s Syndrome, Dementia, Amnesia, Traumatic Brain Injury, or conditions explicitly related to speech and language like Aphasia, Dysarthria, Apraxia, and Dysphagia.
We provide Neurological speech and voice therapy, speech and language therapy, cognitive therapy, and swallowing therapy depending on your unique needs and situation, and will tailor a development plan that is specific to your condition and symptoms. We have many options for working with us, including in-office visits, in-home visits, as well as speech teletherapy. We make it possible for you to reclaim or find your voice; we also make it convenient and comfortable.
Speech Evaluation & Treatment
We provide speech evaluations, diagnosis, and treatment for people of all ages and struggling with many different medical conditions, diseases, developmental disorders, or language problems resulting from injury.
- Speech Evaluation & Diagnosis
- Our Adult Speech Specialists are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and provide evaluations and diagnosis.
- Neurological Speech & Voice Therapy, Including LSVT LOUD® Therapy for Patients with Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Autism, and Other Neurological Conditions:
- Changes in voice quality, pitch, and loudness
- Speech & Language Therapy (aphasia, dysarthria, apraxia):
- Trouble saying, writing and recalling some words
- Speech is slurred
- Can’t identify common items
- Take language literally
- Don’t understand spoken and/or written language
- Cognitive Therapy (amnesia, dementia (including Alzheimer’s) traumatic brain injury):
- Change in consciousness
- Memory problems and trouble concentrating
- Difficulties with thought-processing & problem-solving
- Difficulties with orientation
- Issues with spatial reasoning
- Swallowing Therapy (dysphagia):
- Can’t eat or drink without coughing, gurgling, and/or spilling
- It’s hard to chew or swallow food
Our dedicated, experienced Spring Lake, NJ speech therapists are here for you, from the initial evaluation to customized treatment.
Pediatric Speech Pathology
Speech does not come naturally to everyone. Children often struggle with the mechanical and comprehension aspects of language, which can make it hard for them to express themselves or communicate with others. This can make forming early relationships more challenging, as well as make it difficult for them to have success in their education. They may act aggressively due to frustration, become emotional or withdrawn due to lack of confidence, or may feel depressed by their inability to understand and be understood by their teachers and peers.
Speech disorders may exist on their own or can be associated with developmental, emotional, or behavioral disorders such as ADHD, anxiety, or autism. Initially, a parent seeks the assistance of a pediatric speech pathologist when they find that their child is not meeting expected milestones.
While every child progresses differently, and all children struggle while learning, there can be signs that your child’s pediatrician will help you to identify as your child develops. If your child is showing signs of impeded speech and language development, a speech-language pathologist (SLP), such as the professionals at Neurorehab & Speech Healers, LLC, can provide assessments, evaluations, diagnosis, and treatment plans to help get your child back on track.
We have seen the impact our speech therapy has had on our pediatric clients. We have watched their confidence grow as their skills have improved. Our pediatric speech pathologists are excited and motivated to help your child free their voice and improve their life with practical language skills.
Adult Speech Therapist
Children aren’t the only people that struggle with speech and language comprehension. There are many reasons why adults may find themselves struggling with speech, even if they have never had any history of communication or speech problems. There are many disorders, diseases, and neurological conditions that may cause you to seek the assistance of an experienced Spring Lake speech pathologist.
We work with many adults who are dealing with language and speech impairments, and provide customized speech pathology treatment to meet the needs, abilities, and desired results of each individual patient.
Whether you are having a hard time with voice modulation and controlling the volume, quality, and pitch of your voice, you are struggling to recall words or can’t identify common items, you are experiencing an inability to concentrate, or you are struggling with stuttering or even swallowing properly, a licensed speech pathologist can provide support and remediation to help you regain lost skills.
Our language therapists understand the frustration of living with a speech impairment. We also appreciate the joy and accomplishment that comes along with improving and regaining the skills that you have lost. Our experienced, compassionate, and motivated speech pathologists provide assessments, evaluations, diagnosis, and treatment for adult speech disorders, allowing you to not only better understand your unique limitations but also to expand and regain your abilities.
Experienced Speech Pathologist
Robert Kevlin has been practicing as a Speech-Language Pathologist since 2010. He received his B.A. in Psychology from Rutgers University and his M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from Seton Hall University.
Robert completed his Clinical Fellowship at Speech & Hearing Associates, where he was awarded the “Certificate of Appreciation” for his clinical expertiseand compassion.
Mr. Kevlin is the Founding Director and Owner of NeuroRehab & Speech Healers since 2020 and has also appeared on television numerous times where he has discussed topics on speech-language pathology.
He has worked in a variety of clinical settings including school systems, sub-acute rehab, long term care, outpatient, certified home health, assisted living, and private practice.
Robert has also served as the Rehabilitation Director for a variety of companies overseeing the Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy departments and supervised numerous Clinical Fellows from various universities.
Robert Kevlin has also served as an Adjunct Professor at Monmouth University, teaching “Voice Disorders.”
Robert provides comprehensive evaluations and treatment of a vast scope including articulation, childhood language, stuttering, voice, dysphagia, pragmatics, aphasia, cognition , apraxia, and dysarthria.
He is also certified in Vital Stim as well as in the “Lee Silverman voice treatment” program for clients with Parkinson’s disease. Mr. Kevlin is certified with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is also certified in CPR. He continues to maintain his professional license and holds many certificates of completion from a myriad of clinical topics.
Robert resides in Middletown, NJ, with his beautiful wife and two children, and is also an accomplished concert singer having performed in solo concerts at Feinstein’s/54 Below with Jennifer Holliday and recorded multiple CDs. He enjoys playing tennis as well as taking hikes and walks with his family.
If you are looking for a New Jersey speech pathologist who can provide both insight, assistance, and a deep passion for vocality, Neurorehab & Speech Healers, LLC is the right choice for you.
Let’s Get Started- Free Consultation
Get the dedicated support you need to overcome your language limitations, barriers, or impairments. As your experienced Spring Lake speech pathologists, Neurorehab & Speech Healers, LLC provides complete support and assistance for those struggling with speech disorders. With outpatient therapy, home therapy, or virtual speech therapy, we make it easy for you to get the care that you need.
If you, a parent, or your child is struggling to find the right words or properly form words, has issues with language comprehension, finds it challenging to control the pitch or volume of speech, stutters, has memory or concentration problems, or issues with properly swallowing, we can help. Reach out to one of our dedicated speech-language pathologists for evaluation, testing, diagnosis, and the customized treatment you deserve.
Call Neurorehab & Speech Healers, LLC at (732) 783-5539 for a Free Consultation!