FAIRBURY – The LSVT LOUD® therapy program is now available in southeast Nebraska, offered by Amy Nash, speech language pathologist.
The LSVTLOUD® program is an efficacious voice/speech treatment that was specifically developed for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. The LSVT LOUD® therapy program utilizes high respiratory and phonatory effort to improve speech function without promoting hyperfunction. The one-month program is administered through private patient sessions.
“LSVT LOUD® is a very successful program for those with Parkinson’s disease, and can help the patient to experience improved quality of life,” Nash said. “I am so excited to be certified in this high-quality program.”
The LSVT LOUD® improves both the voice and speech of individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. Treatment focusses on improving vocal loudness and immediate carryover into daily communication, enable patients to maintain or improve their oral communication.
Nash attended training and was certified in The LSVT LOUD in Kansas City on Oct. 3 and 4.
The LSVT LOUD® therapy is available at Jefferson Community Health Center Rehab and Sports Clinic, Fairbury; and Thayer County Health Services Rehab Department, Hebron.
The LSVT LOUD® therapy is typically covered by Medicare and private insurance companies as speech therapy. While it is research-proven in helping Parkinson’s Disease patients, it may also be beneficial and insurance may cover for some patients with other medical conditions.
The LSVT LOUD® therapy If you have questions about LSVT LOUD, please contact Amy at:
Jefferson Community Health Center Rehab and Sports Clinic, (402) 729-6840;
Thayer County Health Services Rehab Department, (402) 768-4633.
or email email@example.com.