Ability to communicate is imperative in life which substantially enhances an individual's potential for education, employment, and independence.
Ability to communicate is imperative in life which substantially enhances an individual's potential for education, employment, and independence. Our specialist speech and language therapists who are trained in assessing, diagnosing, and treating children through their speech and language difficulties conducts comprehensive assessment of your child’s strengths and difficulties and develop and implement treatment program for any of these conditions to develop your child’s ability to communicate.
- Articulation Disorders
- Childhood Apraxia
- Speech Delay
- Phonological Disorders
- Expressive Language Delay
- Stammering or Stuttering
- Pragmatic Language Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Cerebral Palsy
- Global Developmental Delay
We believe that family involvement and support for parents and caregivers are important part of intervention. Parent training and support is given by our specialists and they work closely with your family and other professionals to empower you to support your child’s speech and language development.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Program
Some children with severe speech or language problems may need alternative ways to help them communicate. It is imperative that the goal of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) use be the most effective. Our speech therapists will test how well your child can speak and understand and can help find the right AAC system for your child. These may include unaided systems such as teaching the child to use gestures, body language, facial expressions, sign language etc., or aided systems such as usage of PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System), speech generating devices such as proloquo to go etc.