Adult speech and language therapy

Here you can find explanations of various disorders:
 

Dyslalia:

The formation of certain sounds like "r" or "s" is incorrect.
 

Stuttering:

There is a fluency disorder. Sounds, syllables, or words are repeated or stretched, often accompanied by autonomic symptoms such as sweating, blushing and increased blood pressure.
 

Cluttering:

There is a fluency disorder. The speed of speech is strikingly high. The understanding is impaired.
 

Aphasia:

There is a speech disorder. The understanding and production of speech may be impaired. For this, the most common causes are stroke, head injury, brain tumors or degenerative diseases.
 

Dysphagia:

Swallowing disorders may appear after a stroke, inflammation, tumors of the neck, postoperative radiation or neurological degenerative disorders.
 

Dysarthria:

A motor speech disorder may appear as a result of a stroke, head injury, infection, or degenerative disease after damage to the motor system. The ability to speak is impaired, while the understanding of language and grammar are asymptomatic.