Speech & Language Therapy

Speech and language therapy is concerned with the management of disorders of speech, language, and communication in children and adults. It helps people develop skills like comprehension, clarity, voice, fluency, and sound production. A speech therapist — also called a speech-language pathologist — assesses, diagnoses and treats speech disorders and communication problems. They treat children with developmental delays, as well as adults with speech impairments caused by injury or illness.

Our Speech and Language Therapy services are given using modern assistive technologies and latest practices. Under this program we conduct the following:

  • Speech and Language Assessment
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy (if required) to help the children interact and play with each other.
  • Parents or caregivers training and consultation

For your child, speech therapy may take place in a classroom or small group, or one-on-one, depending on the speech disorder. Speech therapy exercises and activities vary depending on your child’s disorder, age, and needs. During speech therapy for children, the Speech Language Pathologist may:

  • Interact through talking and playing, and using books, pictures, and other objects as part of language intervention to help stimulate language development.
  • Model correct sounds and syllables for a child during age-appropriate play to teach the child how to make certain sounds.
  • Provide strategies and homework for the child and parent or caregiver on how to do speech therapy at home

Speech therapy can treat a broad range of speech and language delays and disorders in children and adults. With early intervention, speech therapy can improve communication and boost self-confidence.


Therapeutic Methodologies