Speech Language Pathology

Who we help:
We help children who have:
  • Speech and Language Delays
  • Deficient language skills
  • Unclear Speech
  • Apraxia
  • Fluency Disorders (Stuttering/Stammering and Cluttering)
  • Voice Disorders
We help adults who have:
  • Aphasia
  • Dysarthria
  • Stammering
  • Unclear Speech
  • Voice problems
How we help:

During your first visit to the clinic our therapist will take a detailed case history and review all your reports to understand the speech and language problem you face. You will then be explained in brief about the assessment and therapy procedures suited for you. The therapist will also answer all the queries you have regarding your speech and language problem.

Detailed evaluation
The first 1-2 sessions are assessment sessions, where objective tests are done to determine the nature and severity of the speech/language/swallowing problem. Based on the results of these test a therapy plan is prepared and the frequency of therapy sessions is determined.

Therapy Sessions (Individual or Group)
A therapy session is usually a one on one session with the therapist. In case of children one parent may be involved in the session.
For some disorders like stammering, after a few months of regular individual therapy the patient may be transferred to group therapy sessions, where he/she has the opportunity to practice the learned techniques and also meet other individual who face similar challenges.

Demonstration Therapy Sessions
These sessions are for individuals who are based outside Mumbai and who cannot come for regular (weekly) therapy session. During a demonstration therapy session the therapist discusses the therapy goals and demonstrates the activities for achieving those goals.

Tele-practice (Online Sessions)

These sessions are for individuals who are based outside Mumbai and for individuals who cannot visit the clinic for regular (weekly) therapy sessions owing to physical immobility. These sessions are conducted online on Skype or Facetime.

Follow- up Sessions

Once the patient has improved and is discharged from regular therapy, he/she is kept on a follow up program to track the maintenance of progress achieved.