Saturday, May 25, 2019


Types of patients seen at the department:

Children with Communication Disorders due to;

1. Developmental lag secondary to intellectual developmental disorder,

2. Autism Spectrum disorder

3. Specific Language Impairment

4. Developmental Dyspraxia

5. Childhood Dysphasia

6. Stuttering

7. Phonological Disorders

8. Learning Disability

9. Voice Disorders

10. Clefts (repaired/unrepaired) in the oral structure

11. Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke

12. Cerebral Palsy

13. Functional Disorders

Adults with Communication Disorders due to;

1. Neurodegenerative conditions

2. Stroke

3. Traumatic Brain Injury

4. Dementia

5. Psychiatric conditions

Hearing Disorders;

1. Hearing loss in children

2. Hearing deficits due to space occupying/degenerative/vascular lesions

3. Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorders

4. Central Auditory Processing Disorders

5. Vestibular Disorders

  • Counseling and Intervention Programs for all Speech-Language disorders and selected hearing disorders
  • Group Therapy for Stutterers