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An assessment generally takes two to two and a half hours to complete. These include a Developmental History form that details pre-, peri- and post-natal information; infant behaviors; developmental milestones; present behaviors to varying stimuli (auditory, gustatory, visual, tactile, proprioceptive, and vestibular); school and home performance, and other testing that has been done. Parents also complete a Sensory Profile and a Functional Daily Living Skills Screen. Therapists also review previous testing.

Once testing is completed, the therapist will compile a report with
recommendations, which is sent to parents to review. If therapy is recommended, therapy sessions can be scheduled at this time.

Occupational therapy uses purposeful activities to enhance and encourage skill development. Guided by the child’s interests, the therapist provides fun and motivating activities that aim to provide a “just-right challenge” so that the child will develop the underlying skills needed to effectively complete functional tasks. The goal of occupational therapy treatment is to use meaningful activities to assist the child in achieving functional skills needed for daily living. When skill and strength cannot be developed or improved, occupational therapy offers creative solutions and alternatives for carrying out daily activities.

A significant portion of the OT curriculum focuses on psychosocial and cognitive issues as a part of treatment. These areas, as well as physical dysfunction are addressed by occupational therapists through the use of purposeful activity. Occupational therapists treat individuals with physical and psychosocial dysfunction. Physical therapists focus on exercise as a treatment modality and treat physical dysfunction.

Occupational therapists work in numerous settings with people of all ages. Their primary goal is to restore individuals to the highest level of independent functioning.

While each person’s experience will vary, hearing aids may allow a person to hear certain sounds they have not heard before (or have not heard for many years). Relearning takes place in the central auditory nervous system and the brain needs some time to sort out this new information entering the ears. At Hear ‘N’ say clinic you can opt for a trial period policy that allows you to get time to adjust to your hearing aids and evaluate their benefit.

At their most basic, hearing aids are microphones that convert sound into electrical signals. An amplifier increases the strength of the signal, then a receiver converts it back to sound and channels it into the ear canal through a small tube or earmold. A battery is necessary to power the hearing aid and to enable amplification.

Prices vary widely depending on the technology incorporated into the hearing aids, the features selected, and the services included with the purchase. The hearing aids chosen will depend on your specific form of hearing loss and other needs and preferences. We offer you financing options to meet all budgets. You should also check to see if you qualify for free hearing aids from your employer (like Central government schemes).

We can recommend strategies to help reduce the effects of a hearing loss. There are a number of treatments available, including hearing aids and other devices that can help you hear better.

Research on people with hearing loss and their significant others has shown that hearing aids play a significant factor in a person’s social, emotional, psychological and physical well-being.

More specifically, treatment of hearing loss has been shown to improve:

  • Communication in relationships
  • Intimacy and warmth in family relationships
  • Ease in communication
  • Earning power
  • Sense of control over your life
  • Social participation
  • Emotional stability

Some forms of hearing loss can be inherited. Not all inherited forms of hearing loss take place at birth, however. Some forms can show up later in life.

Studies have linked untreated hearing loss effects to:

  • irritability, negativism and anger
  • fatigue, tension, stress and depression
  • avoidance or withdrawal from social situations
  • social rejection and loneliness
  • reduced alertness and increased risk to personal safety
  • impaired memory and ability to learn new tasks
  • reduced job performance and earning power
  • diminished psychological and overall health

There are several causes. The main ones include excessive noise, genetics, birth defects, infections of the head or ear, aging, and reaction to drugs or cancer treatment. Each type of hearing loss has different causes.

you should make an appointment with a hearing professional like an audiologist  or ENT for an evaluation, consultation and hearing test.

An Audiologist is the professional who specializes in:-

  • evaluating and treating people with hearing loss,
  • conducts a wide variety of tests to determine the exact threshold of an individual’s hearing problem.
  • present a variety of treatment options to patients with hearing impairment.
  • dispense and fit hearing aids,
  • administer tests of balance to evaluate dizziness, provide hearing rehabilitation training.
  • Make appropriate referrals when the hearing problem needs medical or surgical evaluation.

A specialist sometimes called a Speech Therapist or Speech Pathologist with a role to assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, fluency and other related disorders.

There are language developmental milestones that you can monitor to make sure your child is on track and talk to your doctor if you suspect any problems.

The length of therapy depends on the severity of the problem and the rate of progress made in the therapy sessions and during reinforcement at home and in the community.

Speech-language treatment plans and goals are created and implemented based on the individual needs. Individual therapy may address:

  • Opportunities to develop more appropriate play skills
  • Social skills (i.e., imitation, theory of mind, joint attention) and foster more appropriate social interaction skills
  • Language comprehension and expression
  • Development of augmentative communication skills
  • Literacy skills
  • Readiness to learn skills

Its not the same but it is provided by a speech language pathologist who treats speech and voice disorders varyingly.

what you could do as a parent is you can have an appointment with our speech language pathologist who is the immense person to guide you in detail and will tell you the present condition of the child and what can be done further.

While each person’s experience will vary, hearing aids may allow a person to hear certain sounds they have not heard before (or have not heard for many years). Relearning takes place in the central auditory nervous system and the brain needs some time to sort out this new information entering the ears. At Hear ‘N’ say clinic you can opt for a trial period policy that allows you to get time to adjust to your hearing aids and evaluate their benefit.

At their most basic, hearing aids are microphones that convert sound into electrical signals. An amplifier increases the strength of the signal, then a receiver converts it back to sound and channels it into the ear canal through a small tube or earmold. A battery is necessary to power the hearing aid and to enable amplification.

Prices vary widely depending on the technology incorporated into the hearing aids, the features selected, and the services included with the purchase. The hearing aids chosen will depend on your specific form of hearing loss and other needs and preferences. We offer you financing options to meet all budgets. You should also check to see if you qualify for free hearing aids from your employer (like Central government schemes).

We can recommend strategies to help reduce the effects of a hearing loss. There are a number of treatments available, including hearing aids and other devices that can help you hear better.

Research on people with hearing loss and their significant others has shown that hearing aids play a significant factor in a person’s social, emotional, psychological and physical well-being.

More specifically, treatment of hearing loss has been shown to improve:

  • Communication in relationships
  • Intimacy and warmth in family relationships
  • Ease in communication
  • Earning power
  • Sense of control over your life
  • Social participation
  • Emotional stability

Some forms of hearing loss can be inherited. Not all inherited forms of hearing loss take place at birth, however. Some forms can show up later in life.

Studies have linked untreated hearing loss effects to:

  • irritability, negativism and anger
  • fatigue, tension, stress and depression
  • avoidance or withdrawal from social situations
  • social rejection and loneliness
  • reduced alertness and increased risk to personal safety
  • impaired memory and ability to learn new tasks
  • reduced job performance and earning power
  • diminished psychological and overall health

There are several causes. The main ones include excessive noise, genetics, birth defects, infections of the head or ear, aging, and reaction to drugs or cancer treatment. Each type of hearing loss has different causes.

you should make an appointment with a hearing professional like an audiologist  or ENT for an evaluation, consultation and hearing test.

An Audiologist is the professional who specializes in:-

  • evaluating and treating people with hearing loss,
  • conducts a wide variety of tests to determine the exact threshold of an individual’s hearing problem.
  • present a variety of treatment options to patients with hearing impairment.
  • dispense and fit hearing aids,
  • administer tests of balance to evaluate dizziness, provide hearing rehabilitation training.
  • Make appropriate referrals when the hearing problem needs medical or surgical evaluation.

An assessment generally takes two to two and a half hours to complete. These include a Developmental History form that details pre-, peri- and post-natal information; infant behaviors; developmental milestones; present behaviors to varying stimuli (auditory, gustatory, visual, tactile, proprioceptive, and vestibular); school and home performance, and other testing that has been done. Parents also complete a Sensory Profile and a Functional Daily Living Skills Screen. Therapists also review previous testing.

Once testing is completed, the therapist will compile a report with
recommendations, which is sent to parents to review. If therapy is recommended, therapy sessions can be scheduled at this time.

Occupational therapy uses purposeful activities to enhance and encourage skill development. Guided by the child’s interests, the therapist provides fun and motivating activities that aim to provide a “just-right challenge” so that the child will develop the underlying skills needed to effectively complete functional tasks. The goal of occupational therapy treatment is to use meaningful activities to assist the child in achieving functional skills needed for daily living. When skill and strength cannot be developed or improved, occupational therapy offers creative solutions and alternatives for carrying out daily activities.

A significant portion of the OT curriculum focuses on psychosocial and cognitive issues as a part of treatment. These areas, as well as physical dysfunction are addressed by occupational therapists through the use of purposeful activity. Occupational therapists treat individuals with physical and psychosocial dysfunction. Physical therapists focus on exercise as a treatment modality and treat physical dysfunction.

Occupational therapists work in numerous settings with people of all ages. Their primary goal is to restore individuals to the highest level of independent functioning.

A specialist sometimes called a Speech Therapist or Speech Pathologist with a role to assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent speech, language, cognitive-communication, voice, swallowing, fluency and other related disorders.

There are language developmental milestones that you can monitor to make sure your child is on track and talk to your doctor if you suspect any problems.

The length of therapy depends on the severity of the problem and the rate of progress made in the therapy sessions and during reinforcement at home and in the community.

Speech-language treatment plans and goals are created and implemented based on the individual needs. Individual therapy may address:

  • Opportunities to develop more appropriate play skills
  • Social skills (i.e., imitation, theory of mind, joint attention) and foster more appropriate social interaction skills
  • Language comprehension and expression
  • Development of augmentative communication skills
  • Literacy skills
  • Readiness to learn skills

Its not the same but it is provided by a speech language pathologist who treats speech and voice disorders varyingly.

what you could do as a parent is you can have an appointment with our speech language pathologist who is the immense person to guide you in detail and will tell you the present condition of the child and what can be done further.

You can approach us and we will guide you in beginning treatment

There are two general categories of therapies, and most clinicians utilize both:

  • Impairment-based therapies are aimed at improving language functions and consist of procedures in which the clinician directly stimulates specific listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
  • Communication-based (also called consequence-based) therapies are intended to enhance communication by any means and encourage support from caregivers. These therapies often consist of more natural interactions involving real life communicative challenges.

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A. S. Rao Nagar:
2nd Floor, Sreeja Classic, Plot No 51, H No 1-6-51/E/1 Anupuram Road,
Near Radhika Theatre, A. S. Rao Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500062
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Hear ‘N’ Say clinic, above ICICI Bank, Dhanalakshmi Center,Kukatpally Housing Board Colony, Kukatpally, Hyderabad, Telangana

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