Locations

Muskegon, MI

945. E. Sherman Blvd.
P. 231.737.4374

Grand Rapids, MI

4095 Park East Court SE
P: 616.259.4028

Grand Haven, MI

16760 Lincoln Street
P: 616.935.3300

NOCHS, Grand Haven, MI

1015 S. Beacon Blvd.
P: 616.847.5293

Speech Therapy

Meet Mekhi! February Pediatric Patient of the Month

Mekhi is our February Pediatric Patient of the Month! Mekhi has been coming to Generation Care to work on occupational therapy and has been doing amazing! Mekhi is always a pleasure to work with! He always comes in with a big smile and some hilarious jokes! His OT, Krystina, shares more about the fun they have, stating, "We’ve become so close that we even have nicknames for each other that we...

Meet Matthew! January Pediatric Patient of the Month

Matthew is our January Pediatric Patient of the Month! Matthew has been coming to Generation Care for a couple of months to work on occupational and speech therapy. In occupational therapy, his focus has been on fine motor skills, core strength, and gaining more confidence in his movements. Speech therapy has helped Matthew use multi-word phrases and develop noun recognition. Matthew could use only 2 words 6 months ago, and now...

6 Things I Love Most About Being a SLP

I have been a clinical Speech-Lanuage Pathologist (SLP) for 12 years, which has provided me with many healthy challenges and immense joy. I work exclusively with the adult population, and it is very evident that many people in general still do not understand what speech therapy for adults involves. So…what does a Speech-Language Pathologist do anyways? SLPs evaluate, diagnose, and treat people of all ages who have difficulties with language, speech, memory,...

October Pediatric Patient of the Month: Grason!

Grason Collis has been working hard in speech and language therapy and occupational therapy at North Ottawa Community Hospital outpatient center. Grason attends speech and language therapy with Jen Feurt, M.A, CCC-SLP and occupational therapy with Krystina Donoghue, M.S, OTR/L. In speech, Grason is currently working on his articulation skills with a focus on the production of the phoneme /s/. Ms. Jen reports that “Grason is doing a great job producing...

The Signs of Speech and Language Disorders

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month! Speech Therapy can be beneficial for individuals of all ages. Let’s take some time to review ALL the areas that speech therapy covers. Remember, it is more than just “speech”! Signs of speech and language disorders in children: Does not babble (4-7 months) Does not understand what others say (7 months-2 years) Says only a few words (12-18 months) Words are not easily understood...

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