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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions From Patients

Each child follows a pattern of development as they grow, called developmental milestones. If your child is not able to follow these milestones consult a Speech language pathologist.

Child should be able to do

 

0-3 Months

4-6 months

7-12 months

Startles to loud sounds

Listens to music

Responds to simple Phrases

Smiles at people

Coos or babbles while playing          

Responds to simple Phrases

Detailed speech and language evaluation is done to identify the type and severity of the condition using appropriate test materials. Considering the factors SLP will recommend whether Speech therapy is required or not.

If speech or language therapy is recommended by the therapist, a therapy schedule will be made. The number of therapy sessions will be determined by the SLP depending on the severity of the condition.

Initial 3 sessions the therapist will interact will the child to build a rapport. During these sessions the therapist can evaluate the child and will decide the therapy goals. Therapist will discuss these goals with parent so that they can carry over these goals at home also.  Goals or plans will be periodically reviewed and updated to reflect the current needs of child’s communication.

There are few factors to be considered for this. They are

Child’s AGE:  Child’s current age and age at which problem was detected is an important factor. If we can detect the problem at earlier age, they can move through their therapy more quickly through early intervention program. Kids who start to attend therapy later will take time to achieve their skills.

Severity of the problem: Degree of the problem is also an important factor to determine how long should the child attend therapy. More the severity, longer the time to achieve the skills.

Frequency of therapy sessions: The therapist will decide the number of sessions/visits the child requires based on the diagnosis and severity of the problem. How consistently they are attending the sessions will also determine the time to achieve their skills.

Involvement of parents: The biggest factor is parents helping the child to follow the activities at home also. Kids who carry out the activities at home tend to have better progress

Yes! We provide speech therapy for adults who have conditions like voice disorders, stammering issues, Post stroke speech problems or other neurological conditions which affects speech and language.

Kindly contact us on 8848455596

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