CategorySpeech Therapy

How does it work? An SLP will begin by assessing the individual. They can then identify different types of speech disorders and how they can treat them. Speech therapy for children A child may participate in speech therapy in a classroom as part of a small group or in a one-on-one setting. This depends on...
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Speech Therapy for Adult Speech therapy for adults can support a wide range of communication and swallowing issues. Our local Speech Centres all over Ireland can provide home visits and services to nursing homes ensuring the highest standards and HIQA compliance. What happens when you see a Speech and Language Therapist? When you make an...
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SPEECH THERAPY VS. LANGUAGE THERAPY: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE? Your child has been diagnosed with a speech-language delay, but what does it mean? Speech therapists treat a variety of disorders and it is important to understand the difference between speech and language disorders in order to participate fully in your child’s treatment. Speech therapy most commonly...
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Top tips for supporting self-esteem in speech therapy Speech and language therapy does tend to involve practising something that you find difficult over and over again. No-one enjoys doing that! It is particularly difficult if you realise that it is something other people seem to manage effortlessly, but you really struggle with it. It’s so...
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What is Speech Therapy? Speech therapy is treatment for problems with speaking, language, and swallowing. It is given by a speech therapist, also called a speech-language pathologist. Speech therapy helps with using the voice properly and using the muscles to make the right sounds. It helps people understand language and express themselves. Speech therapy can...
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Reasons to Refer for Speech or Language Therapy There are many reasons a child should be referred for speech or language therapy. Many families are surprised to find out their child needs speech or language therapy, as they often chalk up their child’s speech-related problems to not listening or just a cute “quirk.” It is...
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Speech Therapy for Adults Why You May Need Speech Therapy There are many reasons why adults seek the expertise of a speech-language pathologist to improve their communication skills. These can include having trouble thinking of certain words, voice disorders, stuttering, slurred speech and other communication disorders. Other motivations for wanting to meet with a speech...
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Types of Speech Therapy Listed below, you will find some of the therapies that an SLP will utilize to treat some of the most common speech-language disorders. Speech Therapy for Late Talkers If your infant or toddler should be talking by now but isn’t, he may be referred to a speech therapist. The therapist will...
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