- Pediatrician and nurse
- Supporting babies and children's development
Services for a parent
- Midwife appointment ￼
- Breast Health Cabinet
- Placement and removal of a subcutaneous contraceptive implant
- Pregnancy test from blood
- Niptify test
- Postnatal ultrasound screening
- Pelvic floor physiotherapy￼
- Prenatal yoga
- Massage during pregnancy
- Pelvic floor muscle therapy package
- Diastasis therapy package
- Physiotherapy for pregnant women ￼
Mental health support
- Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) evaluation for adults - QbTest
- Child's mental health nurse
- Child’s psychiatrist’s consultation
- Family therapy
- Mindfulness parenting course
- Occupational therapist consultation and therapy
- Prenatal and Postpartum Counseling
- Sensory integration consultation and therapy￼
- Sleep therapist counselling
- Speech therapist consultation and therapy for children
Speech therapist consultation and therapy for children
A speech therapist is a specialist in speech and swallowing disorders who can help people of all ages. In the case of children, a speech therapist is primarily concerned with identifying problems in understanding and producing oral and written speech, carrying out therapy sessions and counselling parents. A speech therapist also assesses various speech characteristics (voice, pronunciation, fluency, etc.), speech-related muscle function and, if necessary, swallowing function.
The development of a child’s speech is linked to the development of their perception, attention, memory and thinking. Delays in speech development therefore affect both communication skills and the ability to learn – which is why it is important to detect speech problems as early as possible and intervene if necessary. A speech therapist may be needed for a child who is just starting to speak, or for an adolescent who is already at school. The sooner the person needing help gets to see a speech therapist, the sooner their speech will improve, and with it also their ability to cope with everyday life, social interaction and learning.
When should you see a speech therapist?
- Problems with pre-verbal communication in infancy or early childhood (lack of emotional communication with the parent, absence or infrequency of babbling, etc.).
- Language delay
- Speech problems related to being bilingual
- Pronunciation problems
- Stuttering and other disfluency
- Voice disorders
- Issues related to reading and writing skills
- Facial nerve paralysis
- Swallowing disorders
If you suspect your child has a speech or swallowing disorder, consult our speech therapists. It is never too early or too late to consult a specialist if you have any concerns! If problems are more serious, specialist intervention, continuous therapy and cooperation between all parties are needed.
Only people have been given the ability to talk, use the language for expressing their thoughts and feelings and use language to get feedback on the surrounding world.