Very often we notice children with autism have difficulties in speech and communication. Some of them may have difficulties in understanding cues or having a conversation, while some of them seem to enjoy talking yet unable to use conversational speech. These communication difficulties may include:
- Articulation problems
- Receptive and expressive language delays
- Fluency disorders (stuttering)
- Voice problems
- Reading difficulties (dyslexia)
- Feeding and/or swallowing problems
- Social/pragmatic difficulties
Therefore, the purpose of having speech therapy is to build a child’s communication skills, understand verbal and non-verbal cues when communicating with others.
Goals of our speech therapy service:
- Professional assessment of communicative abilities
- Set up appropriate treatment goals
- Enhance the communicative abilities of our clients
- Enhance the social and learning skills of our clients
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I’ve been queuing up for government subsidised special education service for a year. Thanks to Rainbow Project, my child can start occupational and speech training at early stage.
Since joining, my child had shown so many improvements, he’s able to speak many words and make eye contacts now.
Thank you Rainbow Project.
For inquiries or to book a therapy session, please contact us at (852) 2548 7123 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org