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Speech Therapy Exercises For Children with Down Syndrome

Children with Down syndrome often have difficulties with their speech, language and communication skills, hence speech therapy for Down syndrome and it plays an important role in the child’s speech and language development.
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Benefits of Speech Therapy for Stammering

Globally, around 10% of the children stammer, which reduces as they grow up, and only 25% of them suffer from a permanent stammer. Speech therapy for stammering is recommended for its benefits. Checkout the speech therapy exercises
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Speech Therapy for Autism

As per the 2018 data released by WHO on Autism, 1 in every 160 children has Autism spectrum disorder. Since the major issue is with speech or verbal and non-verbal communication skills, Speech therapy for autism is highly recommended.
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Teletherapy – 18 Advantages of Speech Therapy at Home

The popularity of internet and advancement in technology has opened a new avenue in medical treatment known as Teletherapy or Teleaudiology. Speech Therapy at home within the comforts of the Child's house has many advantages over regular visits to the Clinic.
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Home Speech Therapy Exercises For Children

Children born with Speech disorders need regular Speech Therapy exercises. Parents can also contribute to the Speech Therapy exercises. This speeds up the improvement in the child’s speech and language skills.
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Speech Therapy for Children Explained

Parents believe that their children will slowly outgrow the childhood speech disorders. Many do so, some do not. Recognise the speech disorders early and seek help of the Speech Therapist.
Speech Disorders in Children- 6 Common Myths and the Real Facts

Speech Disorders in Children – 6 Common Myths and the Real...

Speech disorders in children are common. We list below the common Speech disorders - the 6 common myths and the real facts.
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9 Simple Tips to Communicate with the Deaf

Just because the Deaf do not communicate with others the way we do, can we call them disabled? then they are not disabled as they have a highly evolved system of communication, with a little effort we can also learn to communicate with them.