Speech-Language and/or Behavioral Therapy:
- Post stroke Management and Therapy (Aphasia),
- Stuttering /Cluttering,
- Voice therapy,
- Feeding and Dysphasia Therapy, Dyspraxia Therapy,
- Dementia Therapy,
- Alzheimer’s Disease,
- Cochlea implant and Therapy
- Post Cancer Voice and swallowing Rehabilitation
- Speech and language therapy, for Down syndrome,
- Cleft Lip and Palate,
- Alternative and Augmentative Communication Strategies
- Autism Spectrum Disorder,
- Developmental Delays,
- Special Education(Literacy skills training) Music Therapy,
- Behavior Modification,
- Parental/Caregiver Child Counseling
Whether your child experiences communication, behavior, or academic difficulties, you will find the help you are seeking with the Speech, Language and Behavior team. We strive to provide quality and nurturing therapy services tailored to fit each client’s needs. We collaborate with the family, working together as a team to build a better future for your child and your family. Flexible session times are available and parents are free to sit in on therapy sessions and become involved with the process.
Our Speech Therapy Services Focus on Improving:
- Articulation Fluency
- Social Language Voice
- Oral Motor Pragmatic Language
Common Speech and Language Disorders:
- Autism Dysarthria
- Apraxia of Speech Oral Motor Function
- Fluency (stuttering) Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC)
- Pragmatic (social language) Receptive & Expressive Language
Swallowing disorder care
Swallowing disorders Clinic provides expert personnel and state-of-art equipments for diagnosis and treatment of swallowing disorders.
Swallowing problems (dysphasia) can occur at any point in the process of moving food,liquid,or sliva from the mouth through the
throat(pharynx),into the esophagus and to the stomach.
- Swallowing problems after brain surgery
- Swallowing problems after head and neck surgery
- Swallowing problems after cervical spin surgery
- Swallowing problems after thoracic surgery
- Swallowing problems after stroke
- Swallowing problems after neurological disease
- Swallowing problems from neurological disease
- Swallowing problems after head neck cancer
- Swallowing problems after chemotherapy
- Chronic aspiration
Indication of a swallowing disorder may include
- Inability to swallow or extensive time required to swallow
- Frequent chocking on food
- Hesitancy in swallowing food
- Coughing during or immediate after eating or drinking• Pain during swallowing
- Recurring pneumonia
- Unexpected weight loss
The swallowing Disorders clinic offers sophistic tools and treatment modalities.
- Fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing.
- Vocal cord injection:-Vocal fold paralysis leads to inadequate closure of the larynx during swallowing that causes chocking during swallowing.
- Behavioural swallowing therapy: The clinic has extensive experience with swallowing therapy
Approach to Swallowing Disorders
The clinic unique approach involves evaluation of patients with swallowing problems by both an otolaryngologist and a speech pathologist as needed.