Speech and Language Therapy is a therapeutic process which aims to improve the quality of life of individuals with communication difficulties. It involves assessment and treatment of these individuals and are carried out by a certified Speech Language Pathologist.

Who needs Speech Language Therapy?
Speech and language Therapy is provided for individuals with developmental disabilities, speech disorders and other neurological conditions such as language disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Hearing Loss, Learning Disability, Intellectual Disability, Social-Communication Disorder, Misarticualtion, Change in voice, stammering, apraxia, Cleft lip and Palate, Syndromic Conditions like Down Syndrome, Angelamans Syndrome and so on.

More about us:
We have qualified SLP’s with good experience in dealing with children with different difficulties. We have additional additional certification in OPT, PECS, Hanen Program etc. We also provide individual specific speech therapy sessions along with group sessions with their peers. Speech Therapy sessions provided are more of traditional as well as advanced treatment methods which also has more of outdoor activities.

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We provide services for :

Receptive Delay: It is the difficulty in comprehending a language. When a child has receptive delay he/she fails to understand information passed and is characterized by showing difficulty in attending and following instructions.

Expressive Delay: It is the difficulty in expressing a language. Child faces issues in using language to express what they need or what they are thinking.

Unclear speech: Child shows difficulty in producing a sound correctly which affects speech clarity

Misarticulation: It is the difficulty in speech sound production which is characterized by distortion, addition, omission and substitution of phonemes that in turns affect one’s speech intelligibility

Oromotor Dysfunction: These are the defects associated with motor speech problems, difficulties with swallowing, chewing and excessive drooling

Apraxia of Speech: It is the motor programming disorder that causes difficulty in individuals to conncet speech messages from brain to the oral structure.

 Fluency Disorder: Stammering is a disorder that is characterized by any disruptions in the natural flow of speech. It can include sound prolongations, repetitions, and/or blockage of sounds, syllables, words, or phrases.

Voice disorder: Any form of difficulty resulting from an abnormal sound production affecting the vocal quality, pitch, loudness, resonance, which is inappropriate for an individual’s age and/or sex.

Hearing loss: It is the partial or total inability to hear which can occur in one or both ears. HL has profound relation with receptive and expressive communication skills and might have an impact in academic achievement and social skills if left unattended.

Semantic Pragmatic Disorder: Children with semantic difficulties struggle to understand the meaning of words or sentences and those with pragmatic difficulties struggle to use language socially. When both these aspects of language are affected children end up with difficulty in communicating in a social situation.

Auditory processing disorder (APD), also known as central auditory processing disorder (CAPD), is a condition where individuals cannot process what they hear in the same way other’s do. This happens because their ears and brain don’t coordinate fully. An early diagnosis is important, because when the condition isn’t caught and treated early, a child can have speech and language delays or problems learning in school.

The Hanen Program for Parents of Children with ASD : The Hanen Centre provides The More Than Words® program that aims to promote communication skills in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by educating parents. The trained therapists help parents learn techniques that help their children to communicate in daily routine

The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS): PECS is an Augmentative and Alternative Mode of Communication (AAC) that aims to help people with little or no communication abilities to communicate functionally on their daily living using picture exchange tasks. AAC approach also includes communication though digital modes for example through Tablets/Mobile etc. These modes are choosen according to the clients needs and functional ability.

Oral Placement Therapy (OPT): OPT is a tactile-proprioceptive teaching technique that aims to normalize the oral sensitivity, speech clarity and feeding in individuals with communication difficulties through multisensory modalities

Other Speech and Language Problems: Any other difficulties that can have an effect on one’s speech and language and hinders the communication efficiency.