Speech Language Pathology (Speech Therapy)

The role of a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) involves the assessment, diagnosis and intervention of language, communication and speech difficulties. SLPs work with children who present a delay in language, have unintelligible speech, candidates of a cleft lip and/or palate and individuals with dysfluency. SLPs target communication disorders as well as feeding and swallowing difficulties.

SLPs provide a communicative tool for the child to express his/her needs, through the use of gestures, speech, pictures and technological devices. Moreover, SLPs work on the child’s vocabulary and play skills because these form a significant part in the pre-language development. Children or adults with hearing and/or voice difficulties may also benefit from Speech and Language services. In other words, SLPs work with individuals across all ages.

Want to book an appointment with speech therapist?

Contact us on 21453973 or email admin@pscdingli.com to organise an appointment with speech therapist