Speech Therapy

Care Plus provides comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of all Speech and Language disorders.

Speech-Language Therapy

Care Plus provides comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of all Speech and Language disorders. Problem in speech & language can have significant effects on a child’s social and academic skills and so intervention has to initiated as early as possible. Our Speech Therapist uses fun filled, innovative and interactive activities tailored to each patient’s specific skills and goals and uses special PC based software programs for the treatment of Speech and Language disorders like:


Voice disorders

General speech and language delay

Delayed speech and language due to hearing loss

Stuttering or stammering

Attention deficit disorders etc

Autistic spectrum disorders / mental retardation

Learning /reading difficulties

Cleft lip and palate / cerebral palsy

Misarticulations or difficulties in producing speech sounds clearl

Why Care Plus Audiology?

Our commitment is to provide quality affordable Speech and Hearing speciality service to our patients in a patient friendly atmosphere. Care Plus is the only approved WIDEX official dealer and digital hearing aid fitting centre in Telicherry.

Frequently asked questions

ANSWER: This depends on what you are noticing in the home. A young child (9 months) who is not responding to sounds, alerting to his/her name, showing comprehension of simple words, or pointing to call attention to interesting objects, may be showing early signs of a hearing loss or language disorder. Other general guidelines:
First Words by 12-15 months
Frequent Two-Word Combinations Heard by 21-24 months
Frequent Three-Word Combinations Heard by 36 months
Intelligible speech in conversation 90% of the time by age 4 years
Grammatically complete sentences most of the time by kindergarten age

ANSWER: Possibly. While there is no direct causal link between chronic ear infections and speech/language delay, children are generally thought to be more at risk for developing communication impairments with this medical history, and should be closely monitored.

ANSWER: Generally speaking, understanding your child’s current communication level (preverbal, single word communicator, phrase or sentence level communicator, etc.) is very important in terms of what to model at home. Try not to overuse questions to get your young child to talk, but rather model comments about events as they are unfolding. Try to avoid rapid and lengthy speaking turns, and encourage turn-taking. Praise your child’s efforts to communicate using all possible means: gestures, pointing, gaze, and verbal attempts.

ANSWER: This depends on many factors such as: severity of the disorder, student cooperation, motivation, and readiness to learn. Family involvement in implementing home practice is another significant factor. In general, children with receptive language problems (difficulty understanding language) tend to require longer courses of treatment, as do children with underlying neurocognitive impairments such as autism.

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