Appointments can be booked via phone or via walk-in to the centre at Saraswathi Plaza, Srinagar Colony.

The charges for each assessment vary and are provided at the centre by the receptionist or via phone or email.

Rehaab Roots have a range of certified personnel. We provide services in Audiology, Speech and Language Pathology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and  Behavioral Modification Therapy.

Each session has different charges and can be found out by contacting the Admin at our centre in Srinagar Colony.

You can know about further details and queries regarding consultation charges by contacting our centre through phone or via email.

Yes, Rehaab Roots provides access to in-house ENT specialist and a Pediatrician. We also have allied health professionals such as Psychologists, Audiologists, Speech and Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists

Yes, wheelchair access is provided and there is also an elevator access to the centre.

Yes. Appointments can be booked via telephone calls or directly by walk-in at Srinagar Colony.

These activities can be modified to suit children of different ages and speech therapy needs.

Absolutely! Parents and caregivers can engage children in these activities at home to supplement speech therapy sessions.

It is recommended to practice these activities regularly to see improvements in speech skills.

To determine if a child needs speech therapy, watch for trouble pronouncing words, understanding instructions, or forming sentences. Look for stuttering, limited vocabulary, social struggles, or voice issues. If concerned, consult a speech therapist for evaluation.

Children usually begin speech therapy when they’re between one and three years old. Most speech problems show up when they’re between eighteen months and two years old. But it’s best to talk to a speech therapist earlier if you’re worried about your child’s speech.

If your child is 18 months old and hasn’t started babbling, making various sounds, or using single words to communicate needs, it might be time to consider getting a speech and language evaluation.

By the age of 2, a child might repeat certain sounds or words often and struggle to communicate beyond basic needs. They might also find it difficult to understand simple directions and may have a unique tone of voice, such as sounding raspy or nasal.

This test can be given to kids as young as 2 years and 6 months old, and even to people over 90 years old. It’s done in English. Depending on how old the child is and how well they can pay attention and understand language, it might take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes.

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