This is a clinical approach to improve skills of speech as well as language by enhancement of oral control by certain techniques. Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) help assess, diagnose, treat and help to prevent oral motor, swallowing, cognitive-linguistic, speech, and language disorders.
It helps children with talking capabilities in a manner that they can improve their pronunciations or sentence formation skills more clearly by learning more words with improved listening skills. Those who are unable to talk can learn sign language, or operating some sophisticated devices which can communicate for them. Children, who can talk, but have trouble with more prudent talking issues such as expression on face or use of gestural language, can also be benefited from speech therapy.
For adults Speech pathologists work with individuals whose oral motor, swallowing, cognitive-linguistic, speech, or language skills have been affected by a neurological event/disease, head/neck cancer, or possibly debilitation related to an underlying medical disease process.
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