Diabetes Center

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Medical Intensive Care

Occupational Therapy


Outpatient Dialysis Center

Comprehensive Pain Management

Palliative Care

Physical Therapy

Pre-Admissions Testing


The Montclair Spine Center

Spiritual Care Services

Support Groups

Other Services

Comprehensive Assessments & Care

The speech therapy team at Mountainside Medical Center can help with a diverse range of speech, language, swallowing and voice concerns experienced by people of all ages.

Our team is comprised of speech-language pathologists licensed by the state and certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and we provide the most current and effective treatment options using state-of-the art instrumentation and knowledge acquired through continuing professional education.

The wide range of specialized services for children, adults and geriatric patients available at Mountainside Medical Center includes:

  • Speech and language evaluations and therapy
  • Dysphagia evaluations
  • Video esophagrams
  • Oromyofunctional  “tongue thrust” therapy
  • Foreign accent reduction
  • Fluency therapy
  • VitalStim® therapy
  • Lee Silverman Voice Therapy® (LSVT)
  • Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets® (PROMPT)
  • Voice evaluations and therapy
  • Pediatric speech and language evaluations and therapy
  • Aphasia evaluations and therapy
  • Stuttering evaluations and therapy
  • Myofunctional evaluations and therapy


We also provide these community and professional services:

  • Closed-circuit television access that allows parents and other authorized caregivers to view their loved ones’ therapy and evaluation sessions
  • Speech-language screenings at local preschools
  • Annual community education programs about pediatric speech and language development, voice care and voice disorders
  • Education in swallowing disorders for nurses, aides and other hospital staff,  as well as  nursing students


Forms for New Patients







For more information, please contact the Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology at 973-429-6011.



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