Speech Therapy gives optimal speech-language improvement in the children who are suffering from speech and language issues.
Speech Therapy Can Be Difficult! Getting It Should Never Be!
MAURYA Foundation with the help of certified Speech–Language Pathologists (SLP) breaks down barriers of effective communication. Our expert SLP’s deliver effective speech-language therapy with state of art therapeutic tools and practices.
Speech Therapist (SLP) at MAURYA Foundation provide a wide range of services, mainly on an individual basis, but also as support for individuals, families, support groups and awareness programs for the general public. Speech-language pathologists work to prevent, diagnose and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders in children and adults.
How Speech Therapy Works
Speech therapy can improve communication skills in kids with language issues. A speech therapist (SLP) can help kids with different kinds of speech difficulties as well as language issues. Speech therapy is not a quick fix solution to all speech problems; it may take lot of commitment and hard work over many months or even years.
SLPs can help those with:
- Articulation problems: Not speaking clearly and making errors in sounds
- Fluency problems: Trouble with the flow of speech, such as stuttering
- Resonance or voice problems: Trouble with voice pitch, volume and quality
- Oral feeding problems: Difficulty with eating, swallowing and drooling
SLPs can also help treat:
- Receptive language problems: Trouble understanding (receiving) language
- Expressive language problems: Trouble speaking (expressing) language
- Pragmatic language problems: Trouble using language in socially appropriate ways
Multi-discipline collaboration at MAURYA Foundation
SLP’s at MAURYA Foundation collaborates with other health care professionals. Young child working with a speech therapist means working as part of a multidisciplinary team.
Speech Therapy Multi-disciple collaboration includes ENT surgeons, Audiologists, Voice Therapists, Auditory Verbal Therapists, Social Workers, Psychologists, Neurologists, Pediatricians, Occupational Therapists and Behavioral Therapists.