Category: Speech and Language Therapy

Category: Speech and Language Therapy

Milestones for a Toddler / Child’s Speech (Birth to 5 Years)
Jan 21, 2021 Speech and Language Therapy swedesh

This article describes the expected milestones of normal speech for the different ages from birth through to 5 years old (toddler / child). We as parents get great comfort and satisfaction from hearing our toddler or child utter their first words. Parents stake claim to fame that their name – “Mum”, “Dad” was the child’s

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When to recommend a child for speech & language therapy? [Complete Check-List]
Jan 14, 2021 Speech and Language Therapy swedesh

Teachers are the first interaction that the child encounters. The teacher is also in daily contact with the child. So, the teacher is ideally placed to identify any speech, language and auditory processing problems. This article explains what the teacher should identify in a child to recommend the child for speech and language therapy. To

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7 speech exercises that a stroke patient can perform (at home)
Dec 13, 2020 Speech and Language Therapy swedesh

There is never sufficient time during the speech therapy sessions and therefore we recommend specific speech exercises for a stroke patient that can be performed at home, without the need of a speech therapist. These are just simple exercises that we found suitable for most stroke patients. Depending of the level and severity of the

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Speech therapy for a stroke patient (The Ultimate guide)
Dec 13, 2020 Speech and Language Therapy swedesh

This guide is a comprehensive study of speech impairment and speech therapy issues which occur in stroke patients and covers the following broad topics: What is a stroke? How does one get a stroke? The possible side effects of a stroke What is Aphasia? What are the signs of Aphasia? What other speech issues can

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