SPEECH THERAPY (Orthophonie)
Speech Therapists are paramedical professional who assess and treat children and adults who are having difficulties with speech or language, as well as problems with communication, learning, and swallowing.
A Speech Therapist also helps people suffering from a cognitive-communication disorder, which impedes a person from performing any communication skills that requires memory, perception, attention, organization or problem solving.
An evaluation is conducted before a therapy using a combination of standardized tests, parents interview and informal observation.
Based on the assessment, goals and objectives are defined with the parents.
The therapy is provided once to twice a week.
Therapy is as playful as possible with the little ones.
Speech Therapy can help in the following cases :
- Speech and language delays
- Articulation disorders/phonological disorders
- Specific language impairment
- Apraxia of speech
- Fluency – Stuttering
- Literacy disorders (Dyslexia, dysorthographia)
- Swallowing disorders (Dysphagia)