Stockton Scottish Rite

Scottish Rite Masonic Center

33 West Alpine Avenue

(209) 466-3391

Typical Disorders

  • Fluency Disorders:

    an interruption in the rhythm of speech characterized by hesitation, repetitions or prolongation of sounds, syllables, words or phrases.

  • Articulation Disorders:

    difficulties making sounds correctly. Like stuttering, these problems often begin in childhood and become lifelong challenges. They may occur in life as a result of stroke, injury or illness.

  • Language Disorders:

    are sometimes experienced by children who are slow to develop adequate vocabulary and grammar. These disorders can include difficulty making sense of the environment, comprehending spoken language or communicating thoughts, feeling and experiences.

  • Voice Disorders:

    apparent when people speak too high or too low, or when the quality of the voice is affected (such as having a hoarse, breathy or nasal voice).