Sensory-integrative speech therapy program

A sensory-integrative speech therapist – a neuro speech therapist – works with children with an established or presumptive diagnosis of Autism Syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder, since speech in this case is not primarily impaired, but secondary. After consultation with a neuro speech therapist and a corrective route built, the client begins regular sessions with a specialist. Classes are aimed at correcting sensory-integrative disorders along with other systemic speech disorders.

Classes are held in the form of a game.

The course is designed for systematic work from 3 months, subject to attending classes at least 2 times a week. The duration of one lesson is up to 45 minutes.