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These are the professionals trained for the assessment and treatment of all kinds of communication disorders. They should have the following qualification:
NOTE: Before Taking consultation / treatment you should validate with RCI Number ( CRR number ) like MCI number
If anyone detects any of these signs in child, start treating him/her without any delay.
It will be good to start as early as possible however we are recommending speech therapy whenever you first identify communication problem then consult qualified speech therapist accordingly you may start speech therapy immediately at any age.
Yes, it gives you more confidence when you talk fluently without any break/interruption. Sometimes you face lot of hesitation. When you have fluency problem (Stuttering) .you always try to avoid talking, especially in group / with opposite sex/ higher authority etc. You feel embarrassed in front of others and simultaneously lots of hesitation and avoidance behavior persist. Ignorance at childhood stage may create problem in future and may affect their personal, academic and professional life.
A. Children may experience one or more of the following disorders:
A. Yes, the speech language problem which results after stroke is called aphasia. The speech language pathologists/speech therapists are trained to do the aphasia assessment and treatment. They work to improve the communication of the patient.
A. Definitely yes, It gives you Confidence that you are "someone" that people are listening to you, not tuning you out. Have you noticed during a conversation that people may turn away, forget you, or even ignore you? That may be because your voice isn't representing you as best it can. It doesn't get the attention it, and you, deserve. Once you find your natural voice, you may feel better, be more effective, and be listened to.
A. We can test a baby at 1st day of his/her birth, with a screening test called OAE.
A. Auditory training
Detailed product training & its Maintenance
Monitoring of ear moulds
A. There are many factor affect outcomes for both children and adults:-