Author: Gnanasreek23

Greetings and welcome to our voyage through the world of sounds, with a focus on the 'CH' sound—a significant turning point in your child's speech development. Imagine the enthusiasm when... Read More

Dysfluent speech is referred to by either term, "stuttering" in American English or "stammering" in British English. They refer to a disruption in the speech's flow or fluency. Stuttering is... Read More

If you're a parent or other caregiver, you may have questioned if your daughter exhibits autistic symptoms. Different people are affected by autism, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD),... Read More

Toys are more than just playthings for young children; for those with autism and special needs in particular, they are instruments for learning and growth. With the aid of an... Read More

Unintentional saliva flow outside the mouth, or drooling, is a common event in the lives of many youngsters. While drooling is frequently connected to infants and early toddlers, it becomes... Read More

Have you ever noticed how our perceptions of one another might be influenced by an accent? Our accents can affect social interactions and career chances in addition to reflecting our... Read More

Observing your child as they grow through the early years of life brings parents happiness, laughter, and maybe a little concern. Their first words are one of the milestones we... Read More

Welcome to a sympathetic journey that aims to improve communication for people who are affected by aphasia. This manual is meant to work hand in hand with aphasia sufferers, their... Read More

Have you had a stroke, or has someone close to you? It's a difficult path, especially in light of the speech and communication alterations. Strokes frequently damage the sensitive brain... Read More

A stroke can significantly impact one's life, especially if it impairs one's capacity for speech. Strokes frequently cause problems with speech and language, making it difficult to read and write,... Read More