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Speech Language Pathology

Speech therapy at Waldo County General Hospital is family-centered with proven results. Our therapists are skilled in working with parents, daycare providers and teachers to create activities in a child's daily environment to develop speech, language and school readiness skills. The evidence is clear that good speech skills developed in the preschool years reduces reading problems in school.

The speech therapy department has provided high quality speech-language therapy for more than 30 years. Speech Language Pathology at Waldo County General Hospital houses Maine Speech Therapy and the Voice and Swallowing Center of Maine. 

Here you'll find ways you can evaluate your child's speech and language skills. You'll find videos, resources and information about innovative and highly effective therapy approaches.

Speech Language Pathology

Please visit Waldo County General Hospital's Maine Speech Therapy website for more information. 

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