At Truesdail Center for Communicative Disorders, we design a therapy program after a full evaluation. The evaluation process includes an exploration of the history of the problem, diagnostic testing, and a staff conference with the client and family.

A therapy program, which includes involvement in one or more of the following options, will be designed for the client:

  • Individual sessions scheduled one or two times a week

  • Small group sessions scheduled one or two times a week

  • Adult support groups

  • Parent training groups


Although no referral is necessary, referrals to Truesdail Center are accepted from private and professional agencies, school districts, individuals and advocate groups.

Parkinson Disease Therapy Program:  University of Redlands and Human Good – Plymouth Village

It's important for people living with Parkinson's to improve and maintain their voices in order to avoid potential speech and swallowing difficulties. Parkinson Voice Project® has developed a comprehensive speech therapy program —SPEAK OUT!®—that combines education, individual speech therapy, and group sessions in order to strengthen communication skills and provide support. The program is offered through a relationship with the University of Redlands and Human Good – Plymouth Village.  The program is facilitated by graduate students who are supervised by licensed speech-language therapists in the University of Redlands, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders program.

SPEAK OUT!® is offered free of charge.