Hope AMC – Empowering Children to Communicate Confidently
In the very early childhood, many children suffer from various speech and communication problems, such as the Childhood-Onset Fluency Disorder, commonly known as stuttering. In this disorder, children fail to speak fluently due to the blockage of words, syllables, and sounds. Children of ages 2 to 5 mostly suffer from this problem. At, Hope Abilitation Medical Center, your child can get proper help for such speech disorders and many other related problems. Speech and Language Therapy, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Feeding Therapy, Physical Therapy, etc. are offered in this center to empower the little ones in overcoming their challenges.
The speech and language therapists at Hope AMC use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) methods like picture and symbol communication boards, etc. to help children overcome many language challenges. They also help the children’s family and schools to use these techniques effectively. The PROMPT (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) speech therapy is also used by the therapists at Hope AMC among many other therapy modalities
One-to-one sessions are organized for each child to teach the skills required for social interactions. The Social Skills Speech Therapy Groups are organized that allow the children to practice their newly learned language and communication skills. This helps them in developing positive peer relationships and achieve academic success. Also, these groups help them to learn the acts of listening, understanding, and reasoning. To make this unique speech therapy approach even more effective and successful, children are grouped according to their age, issues, goals, learning abilities, etc.
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