Stuttering is a speech disorder usually characterized by hesitations in speech, repetition or prolonged pronunciations.
This is largely a genetic disorder that can be corrected if an intervention happens in the child’s early stages.
Usually, stuttering children also suffer physical constraints like facial tension, body movements, or eye blinks.
Our specialists assess, determine the degree or severity of the stuttering and administer the suitable therapies to ensure that your little one speaks normally.
Baby Imran joined us early this year from Ivory Coast. Imran was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy which also affected his ability to speak.
After a few courses of Jivadhara, baby Imran can also utter monosyllables like “Ma, Ta”