The word ‘Speech’ refers to the actual production of sounds, the physical process. Common ‘Speech’ disorders include:
These are the skills necessary for any child to function independently and effectively at home, school, in social situations and in activities of daily living. A child’s main job is to play, go to school, and perform day to day activities and an Occupational Therapist’s responsibility is to ensure that each child can function in those settings and complete those tasks effectively.
- Fine motor skills such as handwriting.
- Hand eye coordination
- Coordination skills.
- Evaluating the need for specialized equipment and environmental support.
- Sensory modulation and attention.
- Sensory processing disorders.
- Traumatic injuries.
- Learning difficulties.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Developmental Delays and Disorders.
- Mental health/ behavior problems.
- Cerebral Palsy.
- Post surgery rehabilitation.
Qatar Institute for Speech and Hearing – Al Wakrah
Street 595, N.23