Speech Therapy in Dubai

Speech therapy is a specialized field of healthcare that addresses a range of communication disorders, including speech, language, voice, fluency, and swallowing difficulties. Whether you or your loved ones are struggling with pronunciation, language development, stuttering, voice quality, or swallowing issues, our team is here to support you.


At New Al Shefa Clinic, We are a trusted provider of speech therapy services. Our team of experienced and compassionate speech-language pathologists is dedicated to helping individuals of all ages overcome communication challenges and achieve their full potential.

Why start Therapy at an Early Age?

Commencing therapy at a young age holds immense benefits due to the malleability of developing minds. Early intervention in speech and language concerns can yield remarkable results as the brain is more receptive to learning and adapting. Opting for Ms. Mozhgan’s specialized bilingual speech therapy ensures that the unique needs of individuals or their dear ones are addressed comprehensively, encompassing both languages. This approach guarantees holistic advancement across all linguistic facets, making a compelling case for initiating therapy without delay.

At New Al Shefa Clinic Name, we offer comprehensive evaluations, personalized treatment plans, and evidence-based therapy techniques to ensure the best outcomes for our clients. Our speech therapists are trained in various expertise areas, including: 

  • Sensory impairments
  • Deafness and hearing difficulties
  • Delayed social skills
  • Dysarthria
  • Dysphagia
  • Vocal disorders
  • Sensory feeding disorders
  • Paediatric Stroke
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Apraxia
  • Drooling
  • Speech impairment
  • Language disorders and delays
  • Stuttering
  • Articulation disorders
  • Cochlear rehabilitation

Adult Speech and Language

There are many reasons why you might have a speech or language problem. Some problems start in childhood. Others happen after an illness or injury. Speech-language pathologists, or SLPs, can help.

  • Speech Disorders
  1. Apraxia
  2. Dysarthria
  3. Stuttering
  4. Voice
  • Language Disorders
  1. • Aphasia
  • Medical Conditions
  1. Demantia
  2. Laryngeal cancer
  3. Oral cancer
  4. Right hemisphere brain injury
  5. Traumatic brain injury
  • Swallowing and Feeding
Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are the primary providers for swallowing and feeding services. 
  • Feeding and swallowing disorders(Dysphagia) in children
  • Swallowing problems(Dysphagia) in adults
  • Swallowing problems(Dysphagia) after head and neck cancer

Child Speech and Language

Most children develop speech and language skills within a specific age range. A child who takes longer to learn a skill may have a problem. Speech-language pathologists, or SLPs, can help your child Speech Disorders such as:

  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  • Dysarthria
  • Orofacial Myofunctional disorders
  • Speech sound disorders
  • Stuttering
  • Voice
  • Language Disorders
  1. Preschool language disorder
  2. Learning disabilities(reading, spelling&writhing)
  3. Selective Mutism
  • Early Detection
  1. Early identification of speech, language and hearing disorders
  • Medical and Developmental Conditions
  1. Attention Deficit/Hyper Activity
  2. Autism
  3. Cleft lip and palate
  4. Right hemisphere brain injury
  5. Traumatic brain injury

What is the Risk Factors?

Is your child between 18 and 30 months old and not talking as well as you think he should? Some factors that may put your child at risk for language problems include:
  • Understanding language. A child usually understands what she hears before she uses words. This is receptive language. Your child may be able to point to objects when you name them and follow simple directions. If your child seems to understand well for her age, she is more likely to catch up with her language.


 If you think she does not understand what others say, she may have a language delay:

  • Using gestures. Your child may use gestures to communicate, especially before he can say many words. Gestures include pointing, waving “hi” or “bye,” and putting his arms up so you will pick him up. The more gestures your child uses, the more likely it is that he will catch up to other children his age. Your child may not learn language as well if he does not use many gestures.
  • Learning new words. Your child may be slower to talk, but she should still try to use new words each month. She may start putting some words together or use words to ask questions. If your child does this, she is more likely to catch up and not have a delay. Your child may have a language problem if you do not hear new words often.

Having a problem with anything on this list does not mean that your child has a language delay. However, it puts him more at risk. You may want to have your child tested to make sure his speech and language is where it should be.

What you should Do?

You know your child best. You don’t have to wait and see if you think there might be a problem. And you don’t have to guess if your child will catch up. You can have your child seen by a speech-language pathologist, or SLP. The SLP will talk to you about your concerns and test how well your child understands, speaks, and uses gestures. The SLP may give you ideas about how to help your child talk. The SLP may suggest that you come back again if you are still worried in a few months. If your child shows signs of a problem, the SLP may suggest that you talk to an early intervention program. This program can work with you to find ways to help your child communicate better. They can also help if you have any other concerns about your child’s development.

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