Speech and language therapy

Our speech therapists are energetic, creative, and ready to focus on your child's individual needs. They work with children in the areas of: receptive and expressive language, articulation and phonology, social language, fluency, feeding and swallowing, oral motor, augmentative communication, auditory and language processing, and voice. Our team of talented therapists has specialized training in specific techniques and programs using:

  • Beckman Oral Motor program
  • Talk Tools
  • More Than Words® Program from the Hanen Center
  • Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • Proloquo2Go
  • Active Listening for Active Learning
  • Colourful Semantics
  • Makaton
  • DIR Floor Time
  • Autism from inside out- A sensory approach for speech therapy
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Speech and language therapy

Welcome to The Speech Clinic, a leading clinic in Dubai providing comprehensive Speech and Language Therapy services. Our dedicated team of speech- language pathologists is committed to helping individuals of all ages improve their communication skills, overcome speech and language difficulties, and enhance their overall quality of life. Through evidence-based interventions and personalized care, we strive to empower individuals to communicate effectively and confidently.

What is Speech and Language Therapy?

Speech and Language Therapy, also known as Speech-Language Pathology, is a specialized field that focuses on the assessment and treatment of communication disorders. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work with individuals who have difficulties with speech, language, voice, fluency, and swallowing. Through targeted interventions, SLPs help individuals develop, regain, or maintain effective communication skills.

Why do some kids need Speech-Language Therapy?

Kids might need speech-language therapy for many reasons, including:

  • hearing impairments
  • cognitive (intellectual, thinking) or other developmental delays
  • weak oral muscles
  • cleft lip or cleft palate
  • autism
  • motor planning problems
  • articulation problems
  • fluency disorders
  • respiratory problems (breathing disorders)
  • feeding and swallowing disorders
  • traumatic brain injury

At The Speech Clinic, we follow a client-centered and evidence-based approach to Speech and Language Therapy. Our highly skilled speech-language pathologists assess each individual's unique needs and develop personalized intervention plans to address specific goals and challenges.

Comprehensive Assessment

We begin with a comprehensive assessment to evaluate the individual's communication skills, strengths, and areas for improvement. Our assessment may include evaluating speech production, language comprehension and expression, voice quality, fluency, and swallowing function. This assessment helps us tailor intervention plans to meet the unique needs of each individual.

Individualized Intervention Plans

Based on the assessment results, our speech-language pathologists develop individualized intervention plans that target specific goals and areas of communication. These plans may include a variety of evidence-based techniques and activities to enhance speech production, language skills, voice quality, fluency, and swallowing function.

Speech Therapy

For individuals with speech difficulties, our speech-language pathologists provide targeted interventions to improve speech production, articulation, and phonological skills. We employ techniques such as articulation therapy, phonological therapy, and oral motor exercises to promote clear and intelligible speech.

Language Therapy

Language therapy focuses on improving language comprehension and expression. Our speech-language pathologists use evidence-based strategies to enhance vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, semantic skills, and pragmatic language skills. We provide individualized therapy sessions that address specific language goals based on the individual's needs.

Voice Therapy

Voice therapy is designed to address voice disorders and improve voice quality. Our speech-language pathologists assess voice production, resonance, and vocal fold function to develop personalized therapy plans. Voice therapy may involve vocal exercises, breathing techniques, and strategies to optimize vocal health and clarity.

Fluency Therapy

For individuals experiencing fluency disorders, such as stuttering, our speech-language pathologists provide fluency therapy. We employ various techniques, such as stuttering modification techniques, fluency shaping strategies, and desensitization exercises, to promote smooth and fluent speech.

Swallowing and Feeding Therapy

Swallowing and feeding difficulties can significantly impact an individual's overall health and well-being. Our speech-language pathologists use a variety of oral exercises — including facial massage and various tongue, lip, and jaw exercises — to strengthen the muscles of the mouth for eating, drinking, and swallowing. The SLP may also introduce different food textures and temperatures to increase a child's oral awareness during eating and swallowing.

Collaboration with Families — SLPs engage families in planning, decision making, and program implementation. SLPs are in a position to provide training to parents of students of all ages with regard to communication development and disorders. They may be especially helpful to families in creating a language- and literacy-rich home environment.

What are the advantages of speech therapy?

Speech therapy offers a number of benefits, including:

  • Increased independence.
  • Improved ability to comprehend and express ideas, thoughts and feelings.
  • School readiness for young children.
  • Enhanced vocal quality.
  • Early language skills.
  • Better swallowing function.
  • Improved quality of life.

Begin Your Speech and Language Therapy Journey at The Speech Clinic If you or your loved one is experiencing speech or language difficulties, The Speech Clinic is here to support you. Our client-centered approach, individualized intervention plans, and collaborative care ensure the best possible outcomes for communication skills and overall quality of life. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards improving communication, building confidence, and enhancing your ability to effectively connect with others through Speech and Language Therapy.

Other Services

ABA Therapy
ABA Therapy Applied Behavior Analysis or ABA is the science of behavior and learning. It is an evidence-based treatment for children with language or developmental delays, autism as well as learning difficulties.
Apraxia intervention program
Apraxia Intervention Program In order for speech to occur, messages need to go from your brain to your mouth. These messages tell the muscles how and when to move to make sounds. When a child has apraxia of speech.
Autism Early intervention program- Magic Words
Autism Early Intervention Research shows that early diagnosis of and interventions for autism are more likely to have major long-term positive effects on symptoms and later skills.
Down's syndrome intervention program
Downs Syndrome Intervention Research shows that individuals with Down syndrome tend to be “visual learners” and benefit from kinesthetic (movement) and auditory input (music, song) when learning
Drooling management programe
Drooling management The Drooling Remediation Program has a step-by-step approach that doesn't focus on behavior but rather addresses the cause of drooling with a new set of eyes, Oral Placement Therapy.
Feeding Therapy
Feeding therapy we offer pediatric sensory motor feeding therapy. We have a specialized team of Pediatric feeding therapists who will help your picky eater to expand the diet.
Language booster clubs
Language Booster Club Language booster club is for any children who have speech, language and communication needs aged 4- 11. Our club leaders are fully qualified and experienced SLTs, All activities are carefully designed by our speech.
Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapy Our highly trained pediatric occupational therapy staff utilizes the unparalleled array of equipment within our clinics.
Oral Placement Therapy
Oral Placement Therapy Oral Placement Therapy is a speech therapy which utilizes a combination of: (1) auditory stimulation, (2) visual stimulation and (3) tactile stimulation to the mouth to improve speech clarity.
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy Physical therapists are movement experts who optimize quality of life through prescribed exercise, hands-on care, and patient education.
School readiness program
School Readiness Program The School Readiness Intensive program is a specialized, full-time school program developed by The Speech Clinic. It nurtures and supports the developmental needs of children between the ages of 2-8 years.
The A team- Autism club
The A team is designed to strengthen the social interaction and communication skills of children, teens, and young adults with ASD, emotional regulation challenges, or related communication disorders.