The Speech Chain

Speech therapist examining the tongue and throat of a child

Communication takes place between two individuals, one of them is the speaker and the other is the listener. The channel that sends the communication is very important. What does the speaker do? The speaker first decides to say something (intention) to another human being (or to machine). This event takes place in the higher centers … Read more

What is the Relation between Communication, Speech and Language? | Speech and Language Therapy

A child trying to speak

Communication is essential for our day to day activities. It is the major source of information exchange between two persons that enables us to share our views, opinions and ideas. Being communicative helps a person to have good social interaction skills, which is highly necessary for his or her all-round development. Types of Communication When … Read more

Communication Difficulties in Children | What Results in Communication Problems and How are they Treated?

Communication is the exchange of information between people through speaking, reading, writing and also gestures and facial expressions. Communication difficulties may arise due to delayed development, autism, hearing loss, cognitive deficits, syndromes, cerebral palsy, stammering,articulation disorders, learning difficulties and others. Articulation disorders We can see that most of the children learn to say the different … Read more