Learn more about the various types of services that we provide, and how we can help you.
Apraxia of speech – How can we help?
We can diagnose apraxia of speech and determine the nature and severity of the condition using a variety of assessment methods. We will then plan a programme to help our client improve the planning, sequencing, and coordination of muscle movements for speech production.
Dysarthria – How can we help?
We will examine the movements of the lips, tongue, and jaw, as well as breath support for speaking to determine the nature and severity of the problem. Following the assessment, we will recommend appropriate exercises to treat Dysarthria.
Dysphagia – How can we help?
We will conduct a thorough swallowing assessment to determine the cause of the difficulty. Diagnostic tools may be used to facilitate accurate assessment and diagnosis and to aid swallowing rehabilitation.
Aphasia – How can we help?
We will evaluate our client with a variety tools to determine the type and severity of aphasia. We will then customise a therapy programme with activities to improve specific language skills affected by damage to the brain. Our therapy programmes are specially designed to be functional, relevant and enjoyable for the individual client.
Sometimes difficulties with communication may have an underlying cause in a cognitive deficit more than a language or speech deficit.
How can we help?
We will use both formal and informal screening tools to understand more about our client’s deficits. We will then prepare a personalized treatment plan to help meet our client’s functional needs.
What is dysphonia?
Dysphonia refers to a disorder of the voice.
How can we help?
Our voice therapy services includes: clinical examination of voice, counselling on healthy voice usage and voice therapy exercises to improve vocal function. We work closely with the ENT doctor to ensure optimal management of the voice disorder.
Communication is vital to quality of life.
Adult patients with severe communication difficulties might feel frustrated or depressed. We are here to help you manage your speech difficulties, plan your treatment and improve your quality of life. Find out more about our speech therapy services for adults.All Services for Adults