Speech therapy offer services and support children with cerebral palsy and their family to overcome speech, language, communication skills, drooling, and feeding difficulties. There 65 school students and 22 out patients receiving speech therapy individual and group therapy sessions.
Speech – showing a child how to make proper meaningful sounds.
Communication – using photos, objects and books to help a child expand vocabulary.
Language – learn to correctly pronounce the word and understand its meaning and purpose
Language – Alternative communication systems which use symbols for communication
Group Activities –Improve classroom social skills
Group Activities – Attend in conversation with parent
Drills – tackling problematic sounds by pronouncing words or sounds of vowels or consonant
Breathing exercises – regulating breathing so that a child can develop disciplined speaking and minimizing breathlessness.
Tongue exercises – strengthening the tongue and teaching proper tongue placement required for specific sounds.
Feeding – Biting and chewing appropriately