Speech and Language Therapy

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Individual  therapy for speech and language disorders for children and adults 

The Samvaad Institute of Speech and Hearing has pioneering the change in the approach to treating all communication disorders under the guidance of Radhika Poovayya. Our method involves parents and uses evidence based practices that are tailor-made for each individual.

Each child is given short and long term goals to be achieved within a time frame. We open our treatment sessions to parents so they can understand how we work while helping children overcome their problems.

We provide an integrated approach of Speech therapy and ABA therapy that give faster results than traditional therapy 

Treatment for speech and hearing disorders is scientific and hence, progress is predictable and measurable.  Our skilled therapists work differently with different individuals to give them the best therapy

Hebbal centre – therapy available with qualified speech language pathologits / ABA therapy and students

Domlur  centre – therapy only by qualified speech  language pathologist / ABA therapists 


Marathahalli centre – therapy provided by qualified speech language pathologist/ ABA therapist 


Therapy for children

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  • Stammering/stuttering
  • Children with language delay
  • Misarticulation (wrong production of a sound)
  • Children with autism
  • Children with hearing impairment
  • Children with specific language impairment
  • Children with cerebral palsy
  • Children with developmental delay
  • Feeding problems in children
  • Cleft of lip and/or palate

Therapy for Adults

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  • Stammering/stuttering
  • Voice disorders (Hoarseness, feminine voice in males and loss of voice after trauma or surgery)
  • Aphasia (Loss of language after a stroke/head injury)
  • Apraxia of speech
  • Dysphagia (Swallowing disorder after a stroke)
  • Speech clarity issues

International Collaboration

M.N. Hegde, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Speech-Language Pathology in the Department of Communicative Disorders at California State University, Fresno.

Dr.H.S Venkatagiri, Associate professor of speech language pathology , IOWA state university , USA

Ramani Voleti, M.S., CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS, LSVTC

Assistant Teaching Professor, Speech Language Pathology,

Syracuse University , USA

Monjula N. Appaya ,MA, CCC-SLP , Ohio State University