What is Speech Language Pathology?

Speech Language Pathology involves the treatment of disorders associated with the full range of human communication. Speech Language Pathologists are certified and trained to evaluate, diagnose, and provide direct clinical treatment to individuals who suffer from communication disorders.

Who Needs Speech Language Pathology?

Individuals who may require speech language pathology services consist of, but are not limited to, individuals who suffer from speech sound disorders, language disorders, hearing impairments, voice disorders, fluency disorders, cognitive impairments, apraxia of speech, traumatic brain injury, autism, cleft lip/palate, foreign accent, tongue thrust, etc.
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Why Choose Utah's Communication Connection?

Utah's Communication Connection is committed to ensuring that all individuals with communication disorders receive life enhancing services to help them communicate effectively. We are dedicated to providing individual research-based treatment focused on best practice principles.
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Meet the Owner

Alissa Holloway, MS-SLP, CCC
Alissa Holloway MS, SLP-CCC
Private Practice Speech Language Pathologist Over 100 private SLP clients served

Alissa A. Holloway is a certified Speech Language Pathologist and the owner of Utah's Communication Connection LLC, a private speech language pathology practice located in Payson, UT. She received an individualized Associates Degree from Utah Valley University, a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Brigham Young University, and a Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Utah.

Alissa holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, a Utah state Speech Language Pathology professional license, a Utah state Speech Language Pathology educator's license, and a Payson city business license. She is a member of both the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and the Utah Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Alissa has served hundreds of individuals with a variety of communication impairments; including speech sound disorders (articulation therapy), language disorders (both receptive and expressive), stuttering (fluency disorders), childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), tongue thrust (orofacial myofunctional disorder), hearing loss (aural rehabilitation/habilitation), traumatic brain injury, processing disorders, cognitive impairments, cleft lip/palate, down syndrome, autism, and aspergers disorder. She has worked with individuals ranging from ages 0-50.

Alissa believes that quality human connection is the most essential part of the human experience and that it is through communication that we are able to make those connections. She has a passion for helping others communicate more effectively and finds true joy in each client's progress and success.

Check Out Our Space

We've recently done some major renovations to better accommodate our business growth, and to help us provide continued quality service to our clients. We now have a 1,000 square-foot office with 2 therapy rooms, an observation room, a waiting area, and ample parking space for our clients.

Check out some of the images below, or scroll down a little further to see some 360 degree interactive panoramic photographs of our office. Enjoy!

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