Communication is part of daily life. Without the skill to communicate, it can be very taxing to function as part of a household, a peer group or even in the community. We cannot, however, desert the fact that there are members of the community who have speech and auditory impediments. For such people, we give our highest salute. They are a part of our community and deserve the respect like every other member.
If you have a child, a brother, a parent or a friend who struggles with speech and has deficiencies in hearing, you can refer to us for help. We have speech therapists who can give them access to training, education and therapy to improve communication skills as well as learn compensatory skills like sign language or lip reading.
During the treatment, we enhance or restore communication skills through:
- Swallowing exercises
- Vocabulary improvement
- Dysphagia treatment
- Pronunciation exercises
- Articulation exercises
- Reading and comprehension improvement