Located in Central New Jersey, Word of Mouth Speech Therapy provides in-home and virtual services for children and adults. This personal-touch practice incorporates evidence-based techniques and compassionate care in order to maximize patient outcomes.
Founded by licensed speech-language pathologist Lynn Crawford, her mission is to provide quality care that is fun, effective, and meaningful to her patients. Through thoughtful and individualized treatment plans, she strives for her patients to be confident and effective communicators, to eat the safest and least restrictive diet, and to enjoy the highest quality of life.
Lynn specializes in speech and language disorders, feeding and swallowing disorders, fluency, and cognitive rehabilitation for child patients.
Speech therapy services help clients who have difficulty producing speech sounds and being understood clearly by others. Clients should consider therapy services if they experience the following signs and symptoms:
Language difficulties can affect a client’s ability to comprehend and produce speech, read, and write. Clients should consider therapy services if they experience the following signs and symptoms:
Dysphagia refers to difficulty feeding and swallowing and may occur as a result of various medical conditions. Clients should consider therapy services if they experience the following signs and symptoms:
Cognitive rehabilitation therapy is effective for clients who have suffered a traumatic brain injury, stroke or other cognitive impairment. Clients should consider therapy services if they experience the following signs and symptoms:
Stuttering is defined as an interruption in the forward flow of speech. Clients should consider therapy services if they experience the following signs and symptoms:
Lynn Crawford M.A. CCC-SLP is a practicing speech-language pathologist licensed in the state of New Jersey. She is a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) who obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology at Stockton University and her master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology at Kean University.
As a certified therapist, Lynn has extensive clinical experience treating medically fragile patients with cognitive-communication and swallowing difficulties in skilled nursing facilities and inpatient and outpatient settings. She evaluates and treats patients in English and Spanish and she is a certified VitalStim provider. Lynn is also an adjunct clinical supervisor at Monmouth University. She enjoys keeping up to date on the latest clinical research and prides herself on continuing to learn and grow as a therapist. Lynn’s proudest accomplishment is her strong record of community service and dedication to helping her patients grow and reach their greatest potential.