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Ms. Jeeja Ajith - Speech Therapist, Chennai

Ms. Jeeja Ajith

Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (B.A.S.L.P)

Speech Therapist, Chennai

21 Years Experience  ·  300 - 500 at clinic
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Ms. Jeeja Ajith Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (B.A.S.... Speech Therapist, Chennai
21 Years Experience  ·  300 - 500 at clinic
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I am very keen in formulating and implementing quality policy suitable to my organisation which Includes a commitment to requirements and continual improvement of my students....more
I am very keen in formulating and implementing quality policy suitable to my organisation which Includes a commitment to requirements and continual improvement of my students.
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Our multidisciplinary approach with a dedicated team consisting speech therapist , occupational therapists , pediatric physio therapists, psychologists,and special educators helps our children to develop the required skills for inclusion in main stream society.


Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (B.A.S.L.P) - M.V. Shetty college of speech & hearing - 1998
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Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI)
CRR NO.A06114


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priyaa child development centre

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PRIYAA child development centre

no,32, karneeswaran koil street, saidapetChennai Get Directions
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priyaa child development centre

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# 22, door no.26 A, Mohanapuri 1st street, AdambakkamChennai Get Directions
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I am 19. My voice is heavy and rough .what should I do. I think its a reason of drinking milk daily from years. Help me to get a good voice.

The third stage of male puberty occurs around age 13 or 14, but frequently as early as 11 or late as 16. Pubic hair begins to grow darker and fuller, and the penis now begins to grow in length. The testicles continue growing, erections become commonplace and the boy gains in height at a rate of over 3 inches (7.6 centimeters) a year. The voice may begin "breaking" or "cracking." This is when the boy's voice suddenly and uncontrollably changes pitch mid-word or sentence, due to the growth of the larynx and the lengthening of the vocal cords. Stage four of male puberty commonly takes place when a boy is around 14 or 15 years old. Hair begins showing up in the armpits and on the face, and pubic hair begins to grow coarse. The boy's voice will even out and become deeper. The stage-four boy can use this deeper voice to yell forcefully at the mirror when he sees his new acne, due to his ever-more-oily skin. He begins to grow taller and even faster, at about 4 inches (10.2 centimeters) a year. The penis now grows thicker and continues to lengthen.

Hi, my daughter is 7 years old, she is having problem in pronouncing "sh" sound word like she says cash as cas or show as sow. She pronounce sh as s. Please suggest any medication or exercise to clear her voice.

Dear Lybrate user. Practice makes things perfect. Pronunciation is typical in the case of young children. Every child should not be measured with the same measurement. Let the child take her time to learn the pronunciation. You may approach any speech therapist in the meantime if it is required. Take care.
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Hello I am 18. Past week I noticed that whenever I try to talk in high pitch slow my voice breaks. But in low pitch its fine. I am really worried please help if something is wrong with me.

Lybrate-user, males have low pitch voice. So when ever you try to speak at high pitch the voice may break or you may feel uncomfortable. As the habitual pitch of voice is being changed you feel such problem. If you are a professional voice user then you have to work on this area. Untill unless its absolutely fine.

Normal Speech And Language Development

Birth–3 months

  • Makes pleasure sounds (cooing)
  • Cries differently for different needs
  • Smiles when sees you

4–6 months

  • Babbling sounds more speech-like with many different sounds.
  • Chuckles and laughs
  • Vocalizes excitement and displeasure
  • Makes gurgling sounds

7 months–1 year

  • Babbling has both long and short groups of sounds such as" tata upup bibibibi"
  • Uses speech or noncrying sounds to get and keep attention
  • Uses gestures to communicate (waving, holding arms to be picked up)
  • Imitates different speech sounds
  • Has one or two words (papa, dada, mama) around first birthday, although sounds may not be clear

1-2 years 

  • Says more words every month.
  • Uses some one- or two- word questions (" where mama" go bye-bye" what's that").
  • Puts two words together (" more dudu" no juice" mommy come").
  • Uses many different consonant sounds at the beginning of words.
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Hi sir wat are the symptoms anf causes of stammering pls rply me and is there medicine or treatment for stammering.

Nothing is particular cause for stammering, you consult doctor to get medicine but also consult the speech therapist and evaluate your stammering then take continues speech therapy, slow your rate of speech whenever you talking someone, take a small breath to start the words, practice the relaxation and breathing exercises at home. Less your nervousness and freely mixed with your friend but you must take speech therapy, after speech therapy it will be curable.

Sir, My father has diagnosed with thyroid calcification nodule, and suffering with cough & voice hoarseness since last two month so please suggest what we do now?

Please get a ultrasound scan of the thyroid and a radioactive scan after that to identify a cold or hot nodule. Then you might require surgery with biopsy of the nodule. Meet a general surgeon for further procedure and management.
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I am having lisping (Tutlana) problem from childhood. Gradually, it has decreased at large but still there are some letters with similar pronunciations which when I speak doesn't comes good. Such as: Tamatar, Talwar, and many others which I can't remember right now. Please suggest, how can I treat myself?

Please have speech therapy and regular practice at home Take Saraswatarishta 20 Ml twice daily with water for 3 mths Have 4 almonds daily soaked over night, in water Re Consult me on lybrate after 30 days
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My voice is very sharp and high pitch. After thyroidectomy my voice became low and unable to speak loudly is it permanent or temporary?

Its comman after surgery which is recover later but some time nerve involvement r there may cause permanent.

My grandson is two years old yet he is not speaking. We are doing speech therapy, can we consult a children phycotist?

Does he makes sounds? babbles speaks monosyllables like mama papa dada? if yes then there is mild delay in speech. If not get his hearing assessment done.