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Speech & language therapy is the treatment of communication disorders. It refers to rehabilitation, teaching, counseling or behavior modification. Every therapy is different accordingly the goals are different for various disorders as the needs and symptoms are different with each case.
On the basis of assessment, the therapy goals are Prepared. Parents are involved during therapy goal setting . The goal of speech therapy is to improve skills that will allow your child to communicate more effectively.
Q. What Is Speech Therapy?
Ans- Speech therapy is the treatment of communication problems and speech disorders. Qualified speech Therapist and language Therapist who are trained in dealing such type of communication disorders. They use different techniques and exercises depend on what type of disorders / diagnosis.
Q. Why is speech therapy important for adults?
Ans- Speech Therapy is very important for all age groups. As we know how Speech therapy is an effective method for help in develops their communication skills.
Q. How do adults fix speech problems?
Ans- There are many reason to develop adulthood speech problem like Voice disorder (Vocal misuse)/ stammering/ Aphasia(Stroke)/ Dysarthria(Neurogenic)/ Dysphasia(Swallowing Disorder).
Q. How is speech therapy done for adults?
Ans- Speech therapy for adults can be done by using many techniques depends on what kind of communication disorders. For example In case of Fluency problem then we can use Oro-motor exercises, breathing Exercises / Modified Air flow techniques/Soft glottal attack etc.
In case of stroke and neurogenic cases like Aphasia where language issue and naming issue then exercises may involve: problem solving, memory, and organization, and other activities geared at sawimproving cognitive communication Skills.
Q. How can I do speech therapy at home?
Ans- You can do Speech Therapy at home under guidance of Expert and Qualified Speech and language Therapist.
Q. Why do I struggle to speak clearly?
Ans- Struggle to speak clearly means it indicate you have Difficulty while speaking.As we know speech production mechanism is very fine neuro – motor aspects and Complex Phenomenon.
Speech production is the result of very fine coordination of our breathing systems, Phonatory Systems, Resonatory systems , Articulatory systems and Nervous Systems.
Q. How can I improve my speech clarity?
Ans- Yes you can improve your speech clarity by using some Oro -motor Exercises / Techniques depend on type of speech problem /disorders.
There are some tips in general you can try to speak clearly / do proper mouth opening / in a quieter tone, or even a whisper, to say the words that they mix up.
Q. At what age should speech therapy begin?
Ans- The best age for speech therapy should be as early as possible.you Should utilizes critical age(Neuroplasticity) of the child which vary from 0-3 / 0-5 years. When you noticethat your child is fall behind, or when you notice they're not meeting milestones. You can take consultation to Experience and Qualified Speech and language Therapist.
In general child start speaking up to word level at age of 1 years and 2 words combination / phrases level at -the age of 2 years and sentences level and proper communication at 3 years of age.
Q. Does speech therapy really work for adults?
Ans- Yes, several studies show speech therapy is an effective method for helping children and adults develop their communication skills.
Q. What is cost of Speech Therapy of Adult?
Ans- Cost of speech Therapy for Adults depend on what type ofproblem . it always vary from 1000- 2000/ per session. For e.g in case of Dysphasia (Swallowing) Therapy cost per session 2000/
Aphasia is an acquired impairment in the ability to speak, understand, read, or write. It results from a stroke or brain injury. A person with aphasia is able to perform intellectual functions like thinking, reasoning, and remembering, but has difficulty in using words for speaking, understanding, reading, or writing.Read more..
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