Speech & Language Therapy

What is speech language pathology?

Speech language pathology is the field of expertise in evaluating and providing treatment for speech, language communication and swallowing disorders. It is performed by speech language pathologist (SLPs), which are often referred to as speech therapist.

SLPs use speech language therapy techniques to improve communication. 


What does a Speech language pathologist do?

Speech language pathologist (SLPs) work to prevent, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication and swallowing disorders in children and adults.

*SLPs work with people of all ages from babies to adults. [The American Speech -Language -Hearing Association, ASHA]

On the job, Speech language pathologist:

Why do you need Speech therapy?

There are speech language communication disorders listed below that can be treated with speech therapy:

Some of the most speech language communication therapy is listed below:

Articulation therapy

Fluency therapy

Voice therapy

Resonance therapy

Child language therapy

Adult language therapy

Oromotor therapy

Oral placement therapy for speech clarity and feeding

Apraxia management

Alternative and augmentative communication system

Cognitive communication therapy

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Your first appointment:

You will be probably asked about brief history of your speech language concerns, previous therapy details or reports, medical reports and includes informal assessment. Therapist will discuss about the condition and goals for the therapy.

This is a good time to ask question to your therapist such as:

  1. How long will the therapy last?
  2. How much will it cost?
  3. What are the outcomes?
  4. How many therapy slots should I take?
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