Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy

Speech and language therapists administer tests and examinations and observe children to diagnose and evaluate speech, voice, language and cognitive-linguistic disorders. They develop, plan and implement remedial programs, establish group and personalized care plans working as a member of an interdisciplinary team and provide advice and educational services to children and their families regarding communication. Therapy is conducted involving a multi modality approach such as – PECS, Visuals, assistive devices and other interactive communication programs.

  1. For the morning school speech and language therapists
  • Conduct initial assessment; plan IEP with the multi disciplinary team, parents and caregivers.
  • Assist and advice classroom teachers and other professionals working with the children,
  • Implement individual and group therapy focussing on the IEP
  • Provide progress reports at the end of every term.For the individual sessions (afternoon) speech and language therapists
  1.  For the individual sessions (afternoon) speech and language therapists
  • Conduct initial assessment and develop a therapy plan based on the strengths and needs of the child and evaluate progress every three months.
  • Assessment reports, therapy plans as well as the progress reports are provided to the parents timely.
  • Therapists ensure a regular follow up of the therapy plan at home by  updating the parents at the end of every session.