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Therapies that are offered to give a treatment of communication problems and speech disorders…
Speech Therapy techniques involve many activities such as articulation therapy, language intervention activities, and others depending on the type of speech or language disorder…

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Why do you need Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy plays a major role towards the comprehensive development in a child with autism spectrum disorder. It improves overall communication, enhances social skills, enables child to cope up better with the society and function in day-to-day life.

Services provided under Speech Therapy?

Speech Therapy services are,

Oromotor exercises of lip and facial muscles – the movement of the mouth while he/she creates certain sounds,

Teaching gestural communication or use of Picture Exchange Cards,

Functional language activities that involve cognition and social interaction

Use of Speech to build social connections,

Self Talk, Parallel Talk, Situational Talk, Sentence Elongation, Dexterity, Pediatric Speciality, Etc.

The conditions that can be treated with Speech Therapy!

Speech therapy helps with a variety of conditions like Articulation Disorders, Fluency Disorders, Resonance Disorders, Receptive Disorders, Cognitive-Communication Disorders, Aphasia, Dysarthria, Etc.


What Happens During Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy exercises and activities vary depending on your child’s disorder, age, and needs. During speech therapy for children, interact through talking and playing, and using books, model correct sounds and syllables for a child during age-appropriate play to teach them how to make certain sounds.

How long will my child be seen for Speech therapy?

Some speech disorders begin in childhood and improve with age, while others continue into adulthood and require long-term therapy and maintenance. The time varies depending on your child’s condition, her age and a wide range of other factors. Soon after your child starts therapy, your therapist will talk with you about how many therapy sessions he/she will need, and for how long therapy will last.

Do I need to be present for my child’s therapy session?

A parent or legal guardian must be present at your child’s initial therapy evaluation; this is important so that you can give consent for your child to be treated. Being present at the evaluation will give the therapist a chance to speak with you about your concerns and goals for your child. The most important thing you can do for your child is to make sure a parent or caregiver attends every therapy session, even if your child is a teenager. One of our primary goals is to give your entire family skills and knowledge to help your child gain the greatest benefit from therapy.