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Who is a Speech & Language Pathologist?

Speech-language pathologists, also called SLPs, are healthcare professionals. They are the experts in communication who assess, diagnose...

How do we hear ?

The ear is made of flexible, soft tissue that attaches to the side of the head. It’s divided into three parts called the outer, middle,...

Audiological Tests ( Hearing tests)

Hearing loss is partial or total inability to hear sound in one or both ears. Hearing loss makes communication difficult, therefore,...

Audiologist - The Hearing expert

Who is an Audiologist? -Audiologists are healthcare professionals with specialty in diagnosing and treating hearing loss. They identify,...

Hearing Aids Types and styles

Understanding hearing loss Hearing loss is one of the most common disorders in our society. Hearing loss can be of different types...

Neurological language disorders - Aphasia

Neurological language disorders such as aphasia can have various causes. The most common cause is stroke. Brain injury such as TBI from...

How to take care of your Voice?

The Speech sounds are produced by vibration of the vocal folds, which are two smooth muscle tissue positioned opposite to each other in...

How to take care of your Hearing?

Hearing loss refers to reduced hearing, which can be caused by a variety of factors. It can either be congenital or acquired later in...

Toilet Training

How to make Toilet Training easy? Toilet training is very crucial and should be done before mainstream school. It can be easy for many...

How to improve Speech clarity in kids?

We all know a kid who have unintelligible speech or unclear speech. Unclear speech can affect child’s interaction with adults and their...

Effects of lockdown on kids’ growth

Covid Lockdown had taken a toll on health and behavioral aspects. There is increase in anxiety and tensions among working adults due to...

Stuttering - All you want to know about

Stuttering Every person’s speech is unique no one speaks with perfect clarity all the time — we all occasionally struggle to speak....

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