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Speech therapy is a commitment to advancing the quality of life of people with communication disorders and related challenges across their life spans.
Our goal is to provide evidence based clinical services for speech, language and swallowing disorders of all age groups. We work hard to match our clinical goals with our distinctive strengths in basic and translational sciences.
What is speech therapy
Speech therapy is an intervention service that focuses on improving a child's speech and abilities to understand and express language, including nonverbal language. diagnosis and treatment are carried out by certified speech-language pathologists approved by the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI). our experienced speech therapists provide services for all age groups with standardized test tools and techniques. Evidence-based practices have been incorporated in the treatment of speech and language disorders for the best outcome.
● SRAVANA provides the best quality clinical services for individuals of all age groups with various communication needs.
● Comprehensive evaluation of speech and language impairments using standard test protocol
● Well structured treatment protocols
● Qualified and experienced speech language pathologists
● Incorporation of family in therapeutic intervention
● Regular progress monitoring for the best outcome
● Guidance for parents/caretakers for home therapy
● Speech and language evaluation and intervention
Speech and language problems are seen in both adults and children. Reduced speech clarity, articulation issues, stuttering/stammering, and voice issues are all signs of speech disorders.
Language delays in children can develop independently or as a result of disorders such as cerebral palsy, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, hearing loss, etc. Adults often experience it following a neurological lesion, such as a stroke, accident, brain injury, or old age.
SRAVANA provides evidence-based and quality clinical services for children and adults with,
● Language and speech disorders, secondary to cleft palate, cerebral palsy, autism, hearing loss, cognitive disorders, learning disabilities.
● Language or speech difficulties following brain damage such as stroke or any head injury
● Speech difficulties after surgical removal of tongue or larynx
● Voice disorders
● Fluency disorders - stuttering
● Hearing loss
● Swallowing disorders