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Speech Therapy


Contact Information
 
National Heart Centre Building Level 7
SGH Rehabilitation Centre
 
 (65) 6321 4377 
(to make or change appointment)
 
The Speech Therapy Department is a specialised discipline that deals with the assessment, diagnosis and management of swallowing disorders and a range of communication disorders presenting in adults and children. These include concerns that arise in any of the following areas: 

Language 
Difficulty in understanding or using spoken or written messages.

Speech 
Difficulty with the production and/or pronunciation of sounds.

Voice 
Disorder of the voice resulting from vocal misuse or abuse.

Stuttering 
Disorder of fluency where there is an interruption in the flow of speech characterised by repetition of sounds, words or by complete speech blocks. For more information about stuttering and therapy options, please visit the Fluency Clinic. 

Swallowing 
Difficulties in chewing/swallowing solids or liquids.

Hearing Impairment 
Speech and language difficulties associated with a hearing impairment. (Hearing impairment and Cochlear Implant Rehabilitation are provided by the Listen and Talk programme at the ENT Centre.)


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