Hearing Impairments

What is Hearing Impairments?

Hearing Impairments refers to individuals who have a range of hearing difficulties or hearing loss. Hearing impairments can vary in severity, from mild to profound, and can be present at birth or acquired later in life. Any form of hearing difficulty, be it temporary, permanent, or fluctuating, can have significant effects on a child’s educational, social, emotional, and linguistic development. It can hinder their classroom experience, impede literacy skills, and affect their speech and language abilities.

How can your child benefit from these sessions?

Giving the right support from as early a stage as possible is vital for children with Hearing Impairments.

  • Give appropriate speech treatment materials based on age group and recommend the best materials to stimulate infants’ and children.
  • Help families cope with hearing loss in their child and use speech therapy to navigate daily challenges through many advanced technique.
  • Set communication recommendations and treatment plan for your child.
  • Analyze the patient’s everyday environments—acoustics, classmates, activities, etc.—and how those will affect interventions.

Book Your Session

Face to Face

Includes a 75-minute initial consultation, five 40-minute follow-up sessions, relevant worksheets and resources, and unlimited email support.I offer face to face session in my clinic room in Revolutions Clinic.

Address is here:

Mazaya Tower, Jabriya, Block 1A, Floor 13

Online Appointment

Online assessment and therapy provide a flexible solution for adults and parents seeking support. This approach has proven to be highly effective in delivering effective services. Depending on your preference, I offer sessions through platforms like Skype or Zoom. Embracing this digital format ensures convenience and accessibility while maintaining the quality and effectiveness of our work together.

Sorry for the inconvenience, this service is not available in the meantime, we shall notify you once it’s available. Thank you!