The Speechie serves as the dedicated Speech-Language Pathology department within IIPE. Our focus at The Speechie is on delivering interventions that cater to communication and swallowing disorders spanning diverse age groups.Our Programs at The Speechie:
Techniques to reduce stuttering patterns and promote fluent speech.
- Voice Therapy
Vocal Hygiene and Health: Teaching proper voice use and care to prevent or manage voice disorders.
Pitch and Resonance Training: Helping individuals achieve appropriate pitch and vocal quality.
- Early Intervention for Communication disorders
- Interventions to address language development issues in early childhood.
- Language delay can occur with the presence of childhood developmental conditions such as, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Intellectual disabilities (ID), Global Developmental Disabilities (GDD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Traumatic brain injury (TBI), Hearing impairments (HI) and etc.
Vocabulary Enhancement: Activities to expand vocabulary and improve word retrieval.
Sentence Structure and Grammar: Addressing issues with sentence formation and grammatical structures.
Social Communication Skills: Teaching appropriate use of language in social situations, including nonverbal cues.
Cognitive Communication Therapy:
Addressing communication issues arising from cognitive impairments, such as after brain injuries.
These disorders typically arise from conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, or dementia, although they can also have congenital origins.
Rehabilitation for individuals with aphasia (language impairment) after stroke or brain injury.
The Speechie provides personalized interventions along with Telepractice/Online therapy, which entails delivering speech therapy services through digital platforms. Additionally, both individual and group therapy options are available.
These programs can be customized based on the specific needs, goals, and age of the individuals receiving therapy.
A skilled speech-language pathologist will conduct assessments, create personalized treatment plans, and employ evidence-based techniques to address communication and swallowing challenges effectively.