The Outpatient Rehabilitation Center at the George Washington University Hospital offers a comprehensive program of evaluation and treatment for individuals who have developed speech, language, swallowing or cognitive deficits following an injury or illness.

To contact the Outpatient Rehabilitation Center, please call 202-715-5655.

Treatment

  • AAC/SGD evaluation and treatment
  • Aphasia therapy
    • Difficulty with receptive language (listening and reading)
    • Difficulty with expressive language (speaking and writing)
  • Dysarthria therapy (speech production)
  • Preoperative counseling and postoperative treatment
  • Voice therapy
  • Stuttering therapy
  • Cognitive therapy (memory, problem solving, reasoning, attention, executive functions)
  • Clinical swallow assessment
  • Modified barium swallow studies
  • Dysphagia therapy (difficulty swallowing)
  • Patient/family education

Program Goals

  • Restore functional cognitive and communication skills
  • Promote safe oral feeding/swallowing
  • Educate patient and family on compensatory strategies and home programs

Podcast: The Inside Story on Outpatient Rehab

Daniel Finn, PT, DPT, OCS, MBA, discusses the outpatient rehabilitation services offered by the George Washington University Hospital, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech language pathology. 

Listen to the podcast