Speech Therapy

Continua kids is a holistic center providing medically supervised therapies, early intervention programs and support for children with unique needs.

Speech Therapy For Special Needs Children

Speech therapy is for children who have difficulty speaking, communicating, or swallowing. It teaches how to use voice properly and make the appropriate sounds with engaging muscles. It also aids in language comprehension and expressing oneself, both verbal and non-verbal.

Who Needs Speech Therapy?

Children who are unable to communicate the way they are expected to at their age need Speech Therapy. Parents should look for the following signs.

  • Speech Disorder – This includes stammering, misarticulation, and fluency.
  • Voice Disorder – It includes problems in pitch, loudness, tones that makes it unclear for the listeners.
  • Language Disorder – It includes reception, expression and cognitive-communication impairment(attention, memory, problem-solving).
  • Swallowing Difficulties – Deformity in facial muscles, throat, and neck can cause speech problems.

    Like other therapies for children with special needs, early intervention for speech therapy would be beneficial. Speech and language therapy can help your child communicate and understand words more efficiently. It will help children develop as normally as their peers.

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Role of Speech Therapy in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Speech delay is an inevitable condition in children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Some children may not be able to speak at all. Speech therapy can help such kids to understand, speak, articulate, express through language and improve social skills.

Kids diagnosed with ASD go through speech therapy. They tend to show signs of improvement in the following areas.

  • They can do pictorial matches.
  • Their mouth and jaw muscles strengthen gradually.
  • They can speak with improved clarity and articulation.
  • They can control voice tone and loudness.
  • They have a better understanding of gestures, expressions and sign language.
  • Enhance skills in different social situations (home, school and community).
  • Build confidence.


What To Expect in Speech Therapy at Continua Kids?

We focus on comprehensive development. Hence our Speech-Language Pathologists or Speech Therapists use different techniques tailored to the child’s need to achieve that. They analyze and diagnose the nature and extent of speech, language, and swallowing impairments using qualitative and quantitative assessment methods.


We have the best doctors for specially-abled kids who help them develop communication skills so that they can succeed in school, at home and in other social situations. We also have counseling sessions for families where we advise on how to deal with communication problems and the stress and misunderstanding that comes with them. We will teach family members about communication-improvement techniques that they can use with their children at home.


Your search for the best center for Speech Therapy in Gurgaon stops here. Visit our center, Continua Kids or opt for online consultation with our expert therapists. We will provide complete guidance on whether your child needs speech therapy, how to start and the entire process of the treatment.


Yes. There are various types of speech-related disorders. Most of these disorders are completely curable with meticulous efforts.

You can engage your child in several activities like showing, talking, reading stories, showing flashcards, listening to music etc. For serious speech regression, professional assistance would be best.

Usually, a child develops speaking skills at six months to 12 months. If you see any sign of delay, you can start speech therapy immediately. The earliest you can start is at three months.

Speech therapy sessions are given for 45 minutes a day at all centers of Continua kids. Depending upon the primary cause of speech disorder and the severity of deficit it can vary from a few sessions to prolonged duration.

Many factors can cause speech delay other than autism. It is common amongst children without autism. You can consult with a professional to be sure.