Providing speech, language, and cognitive-communication services.
Speech Matters Too aims to improve the quality of life in our clients through a patient and family centered, evidenced-based approach
She worked with my mother who had dementia. My mother made significant gains and was upgraded to a regular diet under the care of Dr. Mentor. Dr. Mentor is patient, caring, and knowledgeable. I am thankful for her committed service to the care of my mother.—John D.
Dr. Kennetha S. Mentor is the founder and president of Speech Matters Too, LLC. As a nationally certified and state licensed speech-language pathologist with over 13 years of clinical experience, she specializes in treating articulation, language, and fluency disorders in children. Dr. Mentor also specializes in treating adult neurological disorders following a stroke or traumatic brain injury.
Consultations, Screenings, Evaluations, Individualized Treatment
Consultations, Evaluations, Treatments (Aphasia tx, Dysphagia tx, Cognititive Rehabilitation)
TUTORING I WORKSHOPS
Literacy Development, Professional Workshops, Summer Initiatives
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Proudly serving the Metro-Detroit Area
including: Wayne and Oakland counties.
Speech Matters Too, LLc
24681 Northwestern Hwy
Southfield MI 48075
Speech Matters Too LLc
Need to Pay Your Bill?
Speech Matters Too does not bill insurance companies at this time. We can provide you with coded invoices that can be submitted to your insurance company to facilitate reimbursement. Cash, check, or credit card payment is expected at the beginning of each session or on a month-to-month plan.
Be sure to include your customer number with your payment. Questions? Call us at 313.312.0818
Dr. Mentor has extensive research and experience working with individuals with dementia and dysphagia (swallowing disorders) and maintaining their quality of life at various stages. She has clinical experience working in a variety of settings including, hospitals, out-patient centers, skilled nursing facilities, inpatient rehab and in academia as an adjunct professor of a leading University.