speech therapist

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a therapist who treats speech defects and disorders

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The experts' physiotherapists, orthotics, speech therapists were also part of the overall doctors' team.
As he examined my sister, the audiologist complained of the inadequate number of speech therapists in the country.
The hospital executes the surgical part and implanting the device while the services of audiologist and speech therapist are carried out by the Special Education Centre.
Although a formal evaluation by a trained speech therapist is the ideal method to determine dysphagia, evaluations may be delayed because of lack of a physician order, scheduling conflicts, and resource availability.
ian speech therapist Lionel Logue, made famous by Geoffrey Rush in the 2010 Rep artistic director Roxana Silbert will direct a new production of the play, from which the film was adapted, next February.
The awareness about the role of physiotherapist, occupational therapist and speech therapist in psychiatry is not adequate among healthcare workers.
The Institute has multidisciplinary rehabilitation team, which includes Physiatrists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Vocational Therapists, Orthotists and Prosthetists, Language and Swallowing Pathologist, Clinical Nutritionist and a Clinical Neurophysiologist, Speech therapist and special educationist.
The King's Speech: Revealed Tuesday, Channel Five, 8pm You may have had enough of the Royal Family after Friday's little shindig but the true story behind Oscar-winner The King's Speech, which explored the relationship George VI and speech therapist Lionel Logue, is a fascinating tale.
The recent television programme in which viewers were informed of the work of the speech therapist made no mention of bad language by the King, merely frustration and throwing of cutlery.
00pm) An insight into the working relationship between George VI and his speech therapist Lionel Logue, examining their private correspondence and the role played by Queen Elizabeth.
With access to letters between his Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue and the King, and interviews with former patients of Logue, it provides insight into the working relationship between the therapist and his royal patient, and looks at the methods and techniques Logue employed to cure his patients.
A speech therapist will exclude anatomical defects such as tongue tie and if needed refer you to a surgeon for treatment.
On screen the King, portrayed by Colin Firth, conquers his stutter following sessions with an Australian speech therapist played by Geoffrey Rush.
Its raft of nominations include best film, best actor for Firth, best supporting actress for Helena Bonham Carter for her role as Queen Elizabeth, and supporting actor for Geoffrey Rush, who plays an unorthodox speech therapist in the British movie.