Speech and language rehabilitation

Speech and language rehabilitation involves the use of various evidence based therapy techniques to improve the communication skills of individuals across lifespan from children to older adults. Electronic devices may be used to treat stuttering such as voice recorder which gives feedback of their voice when they speak quickly.

Fluency therapy

Fluency therapy can reduce interruptions in speech. It often focuses on controlling speech patterns by encouraging individuals to monitor their rate of speech, breath support, and laryngeal tension. Parents can also use the therapeutic techniques to help their child feel less self-conscious about stuttering

Voice therapy

Voice therapy aids to reduce hoarseness through a guided change in vocal behaviors and lifestyle changes. There are variety of tasks designed to eliminate harmful vocal behavior,
shape healthy vocal behavior, and assist in vocal fold wound healing post-surgery or injury.
It is effective for all ages

Swallowing services

Any difficulty faced during the act of swallowing is called as dysphagia. A Speech therapist can work with an individual with dysphagia to improve their swallowing. They may suggest change in posture, oral motor exercises, strategies for safe swallow and modifying the texture of food.


Augmentative and alternative communication

The alternative mode of communication which includes different ways we share our ideas and feelings without talking. Individuals with severe speech or language problems may need AAC to help them communicate comfortably. It helps in easing the communication at school, at work, and when talking with friends and family.

Post Stroke Speech Therapy

A stroke can have a major impact on the survivor's ability to communicate clearly. The exact communication problems of a stroke survivor will depend on which part of the brain the stroke impacted. Based on the speech and language characteristics assessment; a treatment approach is charted for each client.

Speech Therapy Service in Dubai

Speech therapy is a part of allied health services which provides rehabilitation for individuals affected with speech and language disorders. A speech language pathologist/ speech therapist is a certified professional to deliver these services. They use standardized materials for assessing various speech and language disorders.

Types of Disorders

The various disorders of speech and language are as follows;

  • Voice disorder
  • Fluency disorders
  • Speech sound disorders
  • Swallowing disorders
  • Aphasia
  • Attention deficit hyperactive disorder
  • Autism
  • Down’s Syndrome
  • Cerebral palsy and various communication disorders in children

How can a Speech Therapist help?

A speech therapist can help in the using various evidence-based approaches and therapy techniques to improve varied speech and language disorders. This can be done in an individual setting and group therapy. They can also sensitize parents/ caregivers regarding the therapy techniques used and to involve them along with the child in the activity.

Types of Services We provide

  • Voice therapy
  • Fluency Therapy
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Therapy for speech sound disorders
  • Swallowing therapy
  • Language therapy for adults
  • Language therapy for children
  • Use of AAC
  • LSVT for individuals with Parkinson’s disease

What our clients say

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It was a wonderful experience. Highly recommended"

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