Speech & Language Therapy

Speech and Language Therapy focuses on communication, which can be defined as one of the most basic human needs allowing participation in life, giving a sense of belonging and providing a means for getting needs met (Mayhew et al. 2001). It looks at the different aspects of communication such as speech (how we produce sounds) language (what we understand and how we use words in sentences), fluency (the ease at which we speak), voice (the quality of the sound produced) and how we use language socially to communicate. It also encompasses swallowing and feeding difficulties.

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