October 2013

  • Towards a better understanding of speech

    Oct 31


    A person who stutters is often bombarded with likely causes of his/ her disorder by all and sundry. It causes a lot of confusion and misconception in the minds of those afflicted, thereby adding to the magnitude of the problem. Before one decides upon the treatment modality, it is essential to understand the mechanism of speech production

  • Stuttering, a misunderstood habit

    Oct 24

    by Dig Vijoy Sodhi

    Stuttering is a habit. I start off with this short and concise statement to highlight and debunk a popular misconception that stuttering is a disease that cannot be treated. Like any other habit, this too can be overcome. There is an urgent and pressing need to spread awareness about this habit as many stutterers around the world go through life fe

  • To Choose a Right Therapist

    Oct 22

    by Dhritiman Das

    My name is Dhritiman Das. I started my therapy at Adlakha Speech Therapy last year in the 3rd week of May. For me, the turning point in therapy, would be understanding the psyche of stutterers and non-stutterers. This helped me to fully ignore all kinds of remarks made about my speech and accept myself without worrying too much about the consequenc

  • 15th International Stuttering Awareness Day(22nd October)

    Oct 22

    by Siddharth Durgapal

    15th International Stuttering Awareness Day(22nd October) Started in 1998, all over world it’s Get Together Day. This is an annual meet of our Society; Where people join in and throw off their anxiety. People gather to discover more about others; Some students, some are employed and father or mother. Some of them are good leaders, some are go

  • Get Rid Of  S…S…Stammering

    Oct 22

    by Seema Adlakha

    Speech is learned behaviour therefore,any such disorder can be cured by Therapy. Therapist first analyses the degree of the problem then Therapy is planned accordingly. The idea behind the Therapy is to give these people the confidence to face Life. Once fluency in speech is attained , it does not necessarily remain permanent. This requires what