Language is the home of being, a dwelling place for the life of man– Heiddeger
DOESN’ T YOUR CHILD PRONOUNCE SOME LETTERS?
DOES HE FATIGUE OF UNDERSTANDING DELIVERIES?
HAVE TEACHERS REPORTED DIFFICULTIES IN LEARNING READING OR WRITING?
IS YOUR CHILD STUTTERING?
HAS THE DENTIST HYPOTHESIZED DIFFICULTIES OR ALTERATIONS IN SWALLOWING?
DOES A RELATIVE OR ACQUAINTANCE HAVE DIFFICULTY SPEAKING AS A RESULT OF BRAIN INJURY OR DEGENERATIVE DISEASES?
DOES SOME RELATIVE OR ACQUAINTANCE HAVE MADE YOU NOTICE THAT HE HAVE A “BAD VOICE”?
The speech therapist is responsible for the prevention, evaluation and rehabilitation of pathologies and disorders of voice, communication, written and oral language, swallowing and cognitive deficits that can affect the sphere of communication and school skills (e. g., attentive or memory deficits), in evolutionary, adult and geriatric age.
Our speech therapists, all trained in the Feuerstein method, set the therapeutic intervention on the user and family, creating a “network” with the school or other structures involved in the path, so as to generalize the progress achieved in session in other contexts of life (school, work…).
They work in teams with other people involved in diagnosis and rehabilitation, such as neuropsychiatrists, psychologists, pedagogists, neurotherapists and psychomotor therapists.
Following an in-depth evaluation, through structured ad hoc activities, speech therapy rehabilitation aims to overcome the specific difficulties encountered during the evaluation, in order to achieve the best possible results and maintain them over time.
The proposed activities are varied and the setting can be modified according to objectives and needs: the speech therapist uses paper materials, structured games and free games, music materials, stories and specific software.