Results for: "Speech Therapists" in "Pretoria-West, South Africa"

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Silver Lakes Rd

Hazeldean Sq

Silver Lakes Rd

Pretoria

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.780025

28.237266

George Storrar Dve

Little Company of Mary

George Storrar Dve

Pretoria

0181

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.77203

28.20869

577 Pretorius St

Muelmed Hospital

Pretorius St

Pretoria

0083

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7454956

28.2236534

Speech therapists

Men and women that suffer a paralytic cerebro vascular accident (CVA), or stroke,  sometimes lose their ability to verbally communicate with people. Speech disorder therapists may also help such people fix their communication abilities. 

Depending on the intensity of the situation, the speech therapist decides on the remedial method to carry out. While group therapy is recommended for some patients, others are recommended to have one-on-one sessions. Family therapy is a different option that is recommended to some people. As a language therapist, you will need to assess the patient carefully and think up a treatment plan tailor made to their requirements. 

There are plenty of different audio and visual aids that are used by speech therapists to support their patients overcome speech related problems. Sign language, pictures, toys, novels, computer programs, automated devices and audio analyzers are aids that assist in the treatment. They also work upon sounds and pronunciations so that they can instill confidence in their particular patients and help these articulate better.

While speech therapists could work independently, most of these individuals work in collaboration through various professionals including medical professionals, audiologists, physicians, teachers, work-related therapists and physiotherapists. Some leading speech therapists currently have their own private practice, while others operate in medical centers, rest homes, private medical facilities, classes and medical centers.

Browse the Yellow Pages business directory for listings and detailed information on speech therapists in South Africa.

Speech therapists

Men and women that suffer a paralytic cerebro vascular accident (CVA), or stroke,  sometimes lose their ability to verbally communicate with people. Speech disorder therapists may also help such people fix their communication abilities. 

Depending on the intensity of the situation, the speech therapist decides on the remedial method to carry out. While group therapy is recommended for some patients, others are recommended to have one-on-one sessions. Family therapy is a different option that is recommended to some people. As a language therapist, you will need to assess the patient carefully and think up a treatment plan tailor made to their requirements. 

There are plenty of different audio and visual aids that are used by speech therapists to support their patients overcome speech related problems. Sign language, pictures, toys, novels, computer programs, automated devices and audio analyzers are aids that assist in the treatment. They also work upon sounds and pronunciations so that they can instill confidence in their particular patients and help these articulate better.

While speech therapists could work independently, most of these individuals work in collaboration through various professionals including medical professionals, audiologists, physicians, teachers, work-related therapists and physiotherapists. Some leading speech therapists currently have their own private practice, while others operate in medical centers, rest homes, private medical facilities, classes and medical centers.

Browse the Yellow Pages business directory for listings and detailed information on speech therapists in South Africa.

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