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Our Therapies

What is speech and language therapy?

Speech and language therapy treats all aspects of communication problems. Problems can be divided into the speech area, which is the way speech sounds are pronounced or the language area, which is the understanding of words and sentences or putting words together to make messages. At SCDRC, therapy is made fun and specific to each child’s needs. We involve all areas of a child’s life to make therapy work for you as a concerned parent.


Speech Therapy

Your child may benefit from speech therapy if he /she has

  • Limited vocalization /recognition common items.

  • Difficulty following multistep directions

  • Trouble asking and answering questions

  • Stuttering difficulties

  • Limited communication with peers

  • Swallowing disorders

We help children in building confidence by

  • Expressive and Receptive Language

  • Speech and Language Developmental Milestones

  • Articulation/Intelligibility

  • Speech Fluency

  • Pragmatic and Social Skills

  • Literacy and Vocabulary

  • Apraxia of Speech

  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication

  • Feeding and Oral Motor

Mother and Child

Occupational Therapy (OT)

Your child may benefit from speech therapy if he /she has

  1. Limited diet, refuses to eat most foods

  2. Difficulty dressing independently

  3. Intolerance to texture/ loud sound / movements

  4. Delayed handwriting and fine motor skills

  5. Difficulty using two hands together

  6. Visual scanning /tracking difficulties



Helping children build better self-esteem, confidence and independent in all the things they do.

  • Sensory Processing Disorders

  • Balance Coordination, Strength and Endurance

  • Fine Motor and Hand Writing

  • Visual Motor Integration

  • Play and Social Skills

  • Feeding and Oral Motor Skills

  • Academic and Cognitive Skills

  • Behavioural Difficulties

  • Developmental Delays.

Therapy Session

Sensory Integration

  • Autism and ADHD

  • Sensory Processing Disorders

  • Poor Tolerance of Sensory Stimuli from the Environment

  • Meltdown and Tantrums

  • Poor Balance/ Body Awareness

  • Poor Attention and Concentration

  • Poor Self-Regulation

  • Behavior and Social Difficulties

  • Poor Motor Coordination and Motor Planning

Therapy Session

Group Therapy

Using peer role model to learn new and challenging skills

Social Groups

Feeding Groups


Other Therapies/ curriculums include for overall development are

  1. Speech development

  2. Language and communication skills

  3. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

  4. Academic skills

  5. Special education

  6. Applied behaviour analysis

  7. Group therapy

  8. Problem solving

  9. Reasoning and logical

  10. Hyper activity and purposeless movement

  11. Non-verbal communication

  12. Social skills and social interaction

  13. Oral placement therapy

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