What is Speech Therapy?
Speech Therapy evaluates and treats speech disorders and communication problems. It helps with early language skills, voice and sound production, comprehension, fluency, clarity, and expression. Speech Therapy can treat childhood speech issues or adult difficulties caused by stroke, brain injury, or other conditions.
Speech therapy has a ton of helpful uses in our life including teaching how to produce sounds that helps in articulation, fluency, and voice volume regulation. Speech therapists also help improve the understanding and expressing the language through written, pictorial, body, and sign forms and even go beyond these factors by also including communication concerns with social media or computers.
At Stem Cell Care India, we offer Speech Therapy for a variety of conditions that helps patients to speak clearly and overcome the symptoms of multiple conditions or injuries effectively. We have achieved high success rates and our procedures are extremely safe. For any queries or to know more information about Speech Therapy in Delhi, India, book a free consultation.
Does your child need speech therapy?
Many children are quite skilled at reading and have excellent speech development, but they may still be unable to make requests of others or keep up in a conversation due to developmental problems with pragmatic language. Pragmatic language refers to the process of using verbal and body language appropriately in social situations for everyday purposes such as making requests, having conversations, and making friends. This issue could be solved with speech therapy.
While there are many other reasons why people might decide that speech therapy is a good idea including medical conditions such as a brain injury or infection which has resulted in impaired communication skills or an identifiable disability such as Down syndrome. These services are often offered to young children so they can start to develop language skills early on and have a social life and communicative life.
If you suspect your child to be suffering from any of the above implications, you will want to bring your child to a specialist who can determine if your child is having trouble communicating and why. If your child has trouble understanding spoken language or can’t tell you what they want, then the examination is likely to determine whether it’s due to a hearing problem or a speech disorder. Children who struggle with oral communication most often have problems processing language.
What happens during speech therapy?
Speech therapy comes in many forms and depends on a number of factors including a client’s age and the specific speech disorder they have. For children, play-based exercises are one approach professionals may take to encourage healthy speech development. A variety of language-based games are popular with this demographic. Adults may work in a more structured environment to try and fix or build up certain aspects of their speech quality.
Our speech-language pathologist will prescribe an individualized treatment regimen for you based on your unique situation. There are many different approaches and categories of speech therapy, and our experts will find one that works best for you. We want you to know that no matter the approach, a highly-skilled professional is working to help you recover and will provide efficient results.
Conditions that Speech Therapy can treat
- Brain Injury
- Motor Neuron Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Social/Communication Problems
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Asperger’s Syndrome