Developmental Disabilities Telespeech

Treating Selective Mutism

by VocoVision on April 22, 2016

selective mutismSelective mutism is a somewhat uncommon disorder that is often found in patients who also have social anxiety or a social phobia. With selective mutism, the child is able to speak and communicate effectively in setting that make them feel comfortable and secure. When they are in social settings such as school, church, or play groups, they may be unable to communicate or speak effectively. [continue reading…]

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4 Signs of Speech and Language Issues

by VocoVision on December 5, 2015

vocabulary_delay_signs_of_speech_disorderIf you’re worried about whether your child is showing signs of a speech or language disorder, there are a few warning signs to keep an eye out for. Bear in mind that many disorders can be treated with speech therapy, and if speech therapy isn’t widely available in your area, meeting with a telespeech therapist may still be an option. [continue reading…]

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speech therapy irelandIn Ireland, the 2005 Disability Act requires all assessments on children suspected of needing any type of special care to be carried out within three months. Unfortunately, that’s not happening in many areas. The most recent data available suggests there are about 20,000 people waiting either assessment or treatment. Some people have been waiting more than 18 months for an assessment and treatment. [continue reading…]

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