Who We Are
Danville Speech and Hearing Center is a nonprofit United Way partner agency that has been providing Speech-Language Pathology services to individuals of all ages throughout the Dan River Region since 1961.
Our clinical staff are state licensed and nationally certified in their fields of expertise. The center supports the clinical staff in meeting continuing education requirements for maintaining certification and identifying recent developments in their fields.
Good communication skills are vital to success throughout life. Danville Speech and Hearing Center takes great pride in serving the communication needs of anyone with a disorder, including those whom may not otherwise be able to afford these essential services.
Who We Serve
We serve residents of Danville, Pittsylvania County, Halifax County, Martinsville, Henry county and Caswell County of any age who need speech-language pathology services including screening, evaluation and treatment of speech sound disorders, voice disorders, language disorders, stuttering, swallowing problems, memory impairments and aphasia (language disorder resulting from a stroke or traumatic brain injury).
Children of all ages experience communication disorders including speech sound disorders, language delays, stuttering and voice disorders. Some are due to autism, hearing loss, chronic ear infections or developmental delays, but for many the cause is unknown. In recent years, the center has seen a growing number of clients in their 30s, 40s and 50s needing services due to strokes and neurological diseases including ALS and Parkinson’s Disease.
Clients are referred to Danville Speech and Hearing Center by physicians, area hospitals, home health agencies, nursing homes, the Infant & Toddler Connection Program of Danville-Pittsylvania, the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation, Disability Determination Services, the Veterans Administration, local schools and self-referrals.
What We Offer
Communication and/or hearing screenings are brief tools that may be used to determine if a comprehensive speech-language evaluation or hearing evaluation is needed.
A comprehensive assessment of the communication area(s) of concern (such as language, articulation, fluency, cognition or swallowing) is conducted by a licensed speech-language pathologist.
A certified speech-language pathologist works directly with the client during therapy to address long and short-term goals that have been developed to address the client’s specific needs.