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Speech And Voice Therapy

At Alara Health Group, our speech and voice therapy services enable individuals to achieve a better quality of life by improving their communication skills. With our expert therapists and the latest therapeutic techniques, we offer solutions tailored to the needs of each patient.

What is Speech and Voice Therapy?

Speech and voice therapy is the process of assessing and treating individuals with speech, language, voice and swallowing problems. This therapy is used in the treatment of various communication disorders and aims to improve individuals’ voice quality, speech fluency and language skills. The therapy can be applied for children, adults and the elderly.

Process Stages

  1. Assessment and Planning: In the first stage, our therapist conducts a detailed interview and tests to evaluate the individual’s speech and voice problems. As a result of this evaluation, a personalized therapy plan is created.
  2. Individual Therapy Sessions: The therapist organizes individual therapy sessions according to the determined plan. These sessions are tailored to the individual’s needs and aim to achieve specific goals. Sessions are usually held once or several times a week.
  3. Home Practices and Exercises: The therapist suggests exercises and activities for the individual to practice at home. These exercises are important to increase the effectiveness of the therapy and ensure rapid progress.
  4. Monitoring and Evaluation: The therapist regularly monitors and evaluates the treatment process. If necessary, the therapy plan is revised.


  1. Improvement of Communication Skills: Speech and voice therapy improves individuals’ social life and work performance by improving their communication skills.

  2. Improvement of Voice Quality: Voice therapy improves the quality, tone and loudness of the voice, resulting in clearer and more effective communication.

  3. Increased Self-Confidence: With the improvements provided by therapy, individuals’ self-confidence increases and social interactions are strengthened.

Who is it suitable for?

  • People with Speech Disorders: Suitable for individuals with stuttering, articulation problems, aphasia and other speech disorders.

  • People with Voice Disorders: Suitable for individuals with hoarseness, vocal cord problems and other voice disorders.

  • People with Swallowing Problems: Suitable for individuals with swallowing difficulties.

  • Children with Language Development Problems: Suitable for children with delayed speech and language development.
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