When a person is unable to produce speech sounds correctly or fluently or has problems with his or her voice, then he or she has a speech disorder. Difficulties in pronouncing the sounds or articulation disorders and stuttering are examples of speech disorders.

When a person has trouble understanding the others (receptive language) or sharing thoughts, ideas, and feelings completely (expressive language), then he or she has a language disorder. A stroke can result in aphasia or a language disorder.

Both children and adults can have speech and language disorders. They can occur as a result of a medical problem or have no known cause.

Hearing Solutions has professional Speech-Language Pathologists who provide complete care (Evaluation & Treatment) for various Speech and Language problems for both Adults and Children.

Speech and language problems can be treated by a therapeutic approach which will have a therapy plan with pre-set goals on a timely basis. It includes behavioural interventions, Computer Based Instructions, Alternative and Augmentative Communication. There are a number of different approaches and strategies for individuals with speech-language disorders. Interventions can vary along a continuum of naturalness, ranging from contrived or drill-based activities in a therapy room (clinician directed) to activities that model play or other everyday activities in more natural settings (child-centred), to those that use activities and settings that combine both approaches (hybrid). 

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