If you as a parent are concerned about
child’s speech and language development
If your child is stammering or
speaking dysfluently

If your child has difficulty with
eating or drinking in terms of chewing and swallowing

If your child has a hoarse voice
or abnormal voice quality

If your child has difficulty
playing or his/her social interaction seems inappropriate

If your child experiences
difficulty in his/her speech and language development as a result of

o   auditory problems, such as deafness or loss of hearing,

o   specific developmental problems, such as autism spectrum disorder,
dyslexia or learning disabilities,

o   oral anomalies, such as cleft lip/palate,

o   neurological conditions, such as cerebral palsy,

o   genetic disorders, such as Down’s syndrome or Fragile X syndrome