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Language and Speech Therapy

Language, Speech, Voice and Swallowing Disorders
Our Hospital provides consulting services to individuals with language-speaking, voice, swallowing disorders with the latest technological developments and multidisciplinary approach.
 Sub Branches;
Delayed language and speech
If the child's speech contains deficiencies relative to the level expected of his or her age and his or her peers, or if the speech is much slower in terms of development, that child's speech is called delayed speech. The process should be carefully evaluated and the necessary intervention planning should be made.
Stuttering - Fast Distorted Speech (Fluency Disorders)
It can be defined as the interruption of speech flow due to repetition, tripping, breathing difficulties, novelties, etc. Or it can be seen in a fast and distorted stream. These conditions are treated as fluency disorders of speech. The therapy process is planned to ensure the fluency of speech as a result of a detailed evaluation.
Speech Voice Disorders
There is a certain age range where every speaking voice (letters) is learned as language and speech skills develop. The lack of proper production of sound in speech after this age range indicates that this sound is not acquired. Speech intelligibility is low. Baby talk is available. With early intervention and therapy, the disorder can be caught in short periods of speech intelligibility that suits its peers.
Language Disorders
Hearing loss, mental retardation, neurological, motor, or social developmental retardation, such as the type of language disorders that do not have any obvious problems. In order to achieve social and academic success, a disorder of the language must be diagnosed and treated with therapies.
Dyslexia
It is a learning disorder that manifests itself with significant difficulties in acquiring and using listening, speaking, reading, writing, reasoning, and math skills. In order to achieve success at the academic level, the necessary intervention process should be carried out for the language skills that have problems in the literacy and speaking process.
Language-Speech Disorders Associated with Autism
It is a neuro-developmental disorder that can also cause problems in social skills and communication. The most important of the problems encountered in autism are deficiencies in social communication. The most effective way to achieve social communication is by using language in its verbal and non-verbal forms. Early intervention in language and speech problems is very important.
Motor Speech Disorders
These are the disorders in which the speech mechanism is affected as a result of weakness, weakness, coordination disorder seen in the muscle groups required for speech due to a neurological reason.
Speech Disorders Due to Lip-Palate Cleft
Palate-lip cleft; is an anatomical disorder that occurs when one or more of the structures such as lips, hard palate, soft palate, teeth, and the nose is not fully developed in the womb. Various speech disorders can be seen with the development of the individual.

Language-speech disorders based on neurological disorders (aphasia, Dysatria, TBI" Traumatic brain injury")
It is a neurological disorder of language and speech caused by acquired damage to the brain.
Language and speech problems due to hearing disability
Hearing is the most important factor in speech development. Speech impairment occurs in different ways depending on the degree of hearing loss. Intervention is very important to ensure language and speech skills after the polishing process.
Voice Disorders
For a variety of reasons, it is the disorder in which one or more of the pitch, violence, or quality of the voice draws more attention than what the person speaking is saying.
Swallowing Disorders
It is a difficulty in swallowing that develops mostly due to a neurological cause and is seen at different stages of swallowing.

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