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Child Speech Therapy

How can a Speech Therapist help your child?

If your child has speech-related issues, you may need the services of a child speech therapist. Research and studies carried out by child speech psychologists have concluded that children exposed to a huge amount of stress in their childhood years develop problems such as stuttering. In most cases, this situation arises primarily when parents pressurize the child to come first in the classroom examinations and so on. Such a situation causes stuttering as the child’s mind is working faster than the output channel i.e. their speech can handle hence, resulting in stuttering. A speech therapist’s job is to relax the mind of the child so that the mind’s output becomes commensurate with the speech of the child. Although causation is not established as yet, but some genetic or environmental defects may cause speech therapy problems in the child.

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It is a myth that speech therapists deal only with speech issues. Nonetheless, they deal with almost all kinds of child learning problems. Another kind of problems facing children these days is dyslexia, dyspraxia, and auditory processing disorder. As is a common perception, speech therapists do not only deal with speech problems. Apart from speech problems, learning disorders come under the purview of speech therapy. Types of speech therapist problems include dyslexia, dyspraxia, and Auditory Processing Disorder.

Speech Related Problems in Children

1)            Dyslexia is a learning disability in which the child has a learning and comprehension disability. They have a spelling and writing disorder. As speech therapists deal with speech therapy in most cases, they are termed as Speech Language Therapist (SLP) or Speech Language Pathologist.

2)            Language intervention activities (Dyslexia). Dyslexia is a learning, reading and writing disorder. Comprehension of Dyslexics is very poor and hence, the poor effect on their writing and spelling.

3)            Developmental coordination disorder (Dyspraxia). Kids with dyspraxia have difficulty planning and performing complex tasks that require fine motor skills, such as writing, tying shoelaces or using buttons or zippers.

4)            Developmental coordination disorder/Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)

This is a serious condition is which the child is unable to differentiate between noise and proper words. The child is unable to process and differentiate between words.

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Keeping in view the seriousness of the illness of the patient, the SLP decides whether the patient needs individualized care, group therapy, or needs attention in the class room.

This is the most important part in the process of seeking a therapist’s help for your child. SLPs can help with Articulation Problems, Fluency Problems, and Voice Problems.

Receptive Language problems

In this malady, the patient has difficulty understanding or following spoken words. For example, if he is told to eat the food laid out before him, he would not be able to understand as to what to do. Other problems include Expressive language. Expressive Language means that he is unable to tell his mother that he loves her. Pragmatic language problems involve when to use appropriate words in a gathering.

There are tailor-made solutions for every patient. The building rests on the correct diagnosis.

Language intervention activities: This therapy is play based in which the SLP shows pictures to the child and asks to recollect them.

Articulation therapy

The Speech-Language Pathologist asks the child to articulate the words which he finds difficult to pronounce. The speech therapist teaches the child how to move their tongue when speaking that word.

If you have a child or loved one who is suffering from speech-related problems or who has recently developed such problems, contact the healthcare professionals at We-Care. Our speech and language pathologists will visit your place to hold a session with your child to understand their needs and work on them. Call us at 0320 293-2273


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