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Speech therapy

Speech therapy

If you think your child has a language or learning disorder, a speech therapy assessment may be necessary. This assessment is a clinical tool through an evaluation which aims to estimate the abilities of the individual with a view to confirming the specificities of the diagnosis. It is carried out to detect the disorder, judge its importance and then begin the appropriate necessary remediation. The speech therapist, a professional authorized to carry out such an assessment, receives consultations with children, adolescents or adults presenting pathologies in the voice, speech, oral language and written language. Speech therapy could be according to what you notice or recommended by the doctor or psychologist, but it may be the logical continuation of an assessment with a neuropsychologist. The speech therapy assessment begins with an anamnesis to retrace the patient's history and better understand the nature of the request. The speech therapist will ask you questions about birth, psychomotor development, vocabulary development, difficulties encountered at school, etc. Then, depending on the complaints received, the explanations, the patient's age and their level. school, she will carry out a series of tests aimed at evaluating the modalities and components of her language. The tests, often in the form of games, will focus on both expression and understanding: Orally: articulation, phonology, lexicon… In writing: reading, transcription, temporal and spatial notions… The speech therapist analyzes and interprets the results obtained both quantitatively (scores obtained and deviations from the standard) and qualitatively (repetitive errors, frequency of mistakes, difficulties encountered, etc.). Finally, she proposes, in a written report, her analysis and the best way to

​Examples of reasons for consultation

​Oral or written language disorder: Joint Stuttering language delay Dyslexia: reading Dysorthography: spelling and written expression Dysgraphia: writing Dyscalculia: spatial organization of logic and number construction

Autism Deafness Intellectual disability / Down syndrome ​

Swallowing disorder Laryngectomy

Parental guidance Early stimulation

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