This study aims at monitoring the development of speech and language of two children who have hearing loss – one of which is a user of the bilateral auditory prosthesis and the other has unilateral cochlear implant and auditory prosthesis.
That is the peak of the process of maturation of the central auditory system and neural plasticity occurs in the auditory pathway.
In this lesson we discuss speech therapy activity for hearing loss, adults, What you can expect from Speech Therapy.
The Best Speech Therapy Activities for children:
Use simple sounds:- We use a simple param of language sounds like “pa”, “ma”,”la”, “Ja”, ”ch”, “aa”, “oo”, etc. to babies even when they are newborn.
Speak slowly so baby can understand:-Try to use simple words and friendly tones. Your children can understand what you are saying if you talk to her face to face.
TV does NOT help to get children to talk:- Don’t turn on the TV as soon as you get home or have it on constantly when your toddler is in the room. Contrary to what you may think the TV is not considered part of speech therapy activities.
Play with your child:- Playing is a good way to communicate with your child and also build motor skills and many other benefits.
Tell your baby what you are doing:- When you are feeding, bathing or changing your child, keep talking about what you are doing. If you are going out, talk about where you are going with him/her in simple language.
Read books:- Reading a book with lots of colorful pictures and words is one of the best speech therapy activities.
Singing and rhyming:- When your children singing songs and nursery rhyme with your child. It is a vital part of your speech therapy activities.
Introduce new words:- Add to words your child already says like “doll,” if he/she says doll you say “big toy,” or “nice toy ”.
Teach them to ask for things:- When giving your child something to eat, name it, say “how about an papaya? We have red papaya.
Teach “thank you” and “please” early:- Children learn from parents to be polite.
Speech Therapy for adults:- Adults may experience speech and language difficulties for a variety of reasons.
There is the number of reason speech difficulties occur in adults:
Mental health issues
Traumatic Brain Injury
Throat, neck or throat cancer
Socializing problems followed by auditory disorder
Conditions like stroke or dementia
What you can expect from Speech Therapy:- Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs in the world. You love this child in ways you never could have imagined and you will do all you can to help them grow.
We know this session, Use simple sounds, Speak slowly so baby can understand, TV does NOT help to get children to talk, Play with your child, Tell your baby what you are doing, Read books
number of reason speech difficulties occur in adults, What you can expect.
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