Speech And Language Theraphy
Speech is the verbal means of communication. This has three components-voice, articulation and fluency. Problems like cleft palate, problems in tongue/lip movement of even overcrowding of teeth can result in articulation disorders in addition to disorders of cerebellum which results in dysarthria (difficulty in speaking as if drunk). The rate and rhythm in which we speak constitute the fluency. Difficulties in this may result in stammering/stuttering.
We maintain excellent professional relationship with the referring physicians by giving them timely reports about the progress, with the consent of parents
Speech and language therapy is the process of enabling people to communicate to the best of their ability. Our Speech and language pathologist assess the nature of the client's problem, and then provide treatment, advice and support. We work closely with families, care givers and provides parental training programmes.