Sensory integration and autism

Sensory integration refers to the process by which the brain receives, organizes and interprets sensory information from the environment and the body. This allows people to respond appropriately to sensory…

Learning disability

Learning disorder refers to problems that occur in the general or specific learning process in a person. These problems can arise in various areas such as reading, writing, calculating, understanding…

aphasia

Aphasia is a communication disorder that occurs as a result of damage to the brain, typically in the left hemisphere, which is responsible for language processing in most right-handed people….

Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) It is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects communication and social interaction, as well as the presence of repetitive behaviors and restricted interests. It is a complex…

hearing loss

Hearing loss refers to a partial or total impairment in the ability to receive sounds. This disease can affect people of any age and can be temporary or permanent, mild…

Attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder

( ADHD Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by persistent patterns of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity that can significantly affect a person’s functioning and quality of life. treatment…

voice disorder

A voice disorder is any condition that affects the production, quality, or control of the voice. This can lead to changes in pitch, loudness, resonance, or overall voice quality that…

Cerebral Palsy

cerebral palsy (CP) It is a group of neurological disorders that affect movement, muscle tone, and coordination. While there is no cure for cerebral palsy, various treatments and interventions can…

Stuttering therapy group

Group therapy can be a valuable approach for people who stutter because it offers unique benefits and opportunities for communication and support. Group therapy for stuttering usually involves a small…