Services For Children


Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy is an evidence-based intervention for children with speech and language difficulties. Children who struggle to learn speech and language may also be at risk of also having reading and writing difficulties when they enter school. Early identification and intervention have been proven to be effective…..Read More


Learning Disability

Learning Disability, including dyslexia and specific language impairment, affect 15% of children in schools. Children with learning difficulties underperform in school. They also have difficulties learning to read or write (dyslexia and dysgraphia). There may be underlying speech and language disorders.Some children experience…Read More


Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a reading disability. It is now also known as Developmental Reading Disorder (DRD). It is a form of learning disability. It affects approximately 5-10% 0f the population.Developmental Reading Disorder (DRD) in the simplest form, it is best described as an impairment where the the brain does not properly…Read More


Physiotherapy

Children’s and babies’ physiotherapy is a clinical specialty within the field of physical therapy. Children and babies are not just small adults, they grow very quickly and their structures change. To treat children effectively, a good strong foundation in child development, and muscle physiology is essential.Many factors….Read More



Services For Adult

Services For Adult

Eating and Swallowing difficulties

Swallowing difficulties (dysphagia) occurs when a person has difficulties eating or drinking safely or may need more effort to move food or liquid from your mouth to your stomach safely. In some cases, the person may not be able to swallow at all.Eating and drinking by mouth may compromise the airway or lungs….Read More


Communication Disorders

Adults with acquired speech and language difficulties also benefit from speech therapy. Therapy may include intervention for voice disorders, communication difficulties (aphasia, or dysarthria) after stroke, or cognitive- communication disorders.Adults with acquired speech and language difficulties….Read More


Voice Disorders

Voice disorders, or dysphonia, may occur in both adults and children. Voice may sometimes be lost or very hoarse. When voice problems persist, thorough evaluation by an Ear Nose and Throat Specialist (ENT) and a speech therapist is recommended.Voice difficulties may arise for a number of reasons. Injuries to the vocal…Read More

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