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Speech Delay Treatment for Toddlers & Kids

Speech Delay is one of the most common symptoms initially identified in children. It can happen before speech development starts or patients can lose speech abilities. This problem can be associated with other developmental problems and at WIN, we are dedicated to providing speech delay therapy in a natural way.

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Normal Speech development

Consider speech delay therapy if your child does not meet this guideline so that he or she can be evaluated because the earlier, the better. Using our holistic speech delay treatment and therapy, The Wellness Institute of Neurodevelopment has successfully treated thousands of patients. We perform a comprehensive evaluation to appropriately diagnose patients and be able to design a specialized speech delay treatment for toddlers and kids.

Birth - 3 years old

  • Smiles at you
  • Calms down with voice
  • Coos when they are happy or cries when they needs something

4 - 6 months

  • Responds to sounds
  • Pays attention to music, toy sounds or person's voice
  • Babbles and makes gurgles sounds
  • Laughs

7 months - 1 year

  • Turns to sound
  • Pays attention when spoken to
  • Say 1-3 words by 1 year old (e.g. mama, papa, no)
  • Can make gestures (e.g. “bye,bye”)
  • Understand simple commands like “we are leaving”

1 - 2 years old

  • Points to pictures
  • Enjoy lullabies and other songs, stories.
  • Can put two words together to communicate (e.g. “mama milk", “more cookie”)
  • Understands more commands and acquires new words frequently
  • 50% of what they says is understood by other people than mother and father

3 - 4 years old

  • Uses sentences of 4 or more words
  • Can answer simple questions
  • 75% of the words what they says is understood by other people than mother and father
  • Speaks easily, talks about daycare, preschool, movies, etc.

5 - 6 years old

  • Pays attention and understand what is said at home and at school
  • Communicates with other children easily
  • Pronunciates correctly most of the words with a few exceptions like r, l, s, v, z, sh, th, ch
  • Names letters and numbers
  • Uses complete sentences that give many details, can have a conversation

Apraxia of Speech

CAS Treatment Approaches

Apraxia of speech is defined as a problem controlling facial muscles/ movements to be able to say/ do what the patient wants to say or do. The brain knows what it wants to say or do but the patient has problems controlling the muscles to do it. For example, the patient wants to say a car and instead, she/he says tar.

This condition is divided into acquired apraxia or developmental apraxia. Acquire apraxia occurs at any age but developmental apraxia occurs in childhood.

The Wellness Institute of Neurodevelopment performs a comprehensive evaluation to appropriately diagnose patients and be able to design the appropriate individualized programs for childhood apraxia of speech treatment.

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Speech Delay Therapeutic Treatment

At WIN, we offer unique alternative CAS treatment approaches and CAS speech therapy services to provide the best results for your child.

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Other Conditions We treat

WIN Wellness Institute of Neurodevelopment clinic is among the few in the world with interest of being a center of advanced investigation and treatment and one of the first pediatric clinics of integrity medicine in Puerto Rico. In our offices, we offer our patients the necessary services to identify and treat the different conditions that affect us today.

ADD/ADHD/CAPD

ADD/ADHD/CAPD

At the Wellness Institute of Neurodevelopment, we have been successfully treating children and adults with ADHD for the last 12 years using holistic ADHD treatments, oftentimes treating ADHD without medication.

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Autism

Autism

At WIN, we have successfully treated thousands of children and adults with Autism through our integrative autism therapy programs.

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Dyslexia

Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a learning problem where the eyes have difficulty understanding letters, numbers, etc. when they read or when they hear them. It is a decoding problem.

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Autoimmune Disorders

Autoimmune Disorders

The common denominator in all these conditions is that the body attacks itself. The early signs of an autoimmune disorder vary and may present as fatigue, achy muscles, low-grade fever, among other symptoms.

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Neurological Disorders

Neurological Disorders

Neurological disorders are defined as illnesses that affect the brain, nerves, or spinal cord.

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Gastrointestinal Disorders

Gastrointestinal Disorders

Gastrointestinal disorders refer to diseases that affect the digestive system.

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Brain Injuries

Brain Injuries

A brain injury is caused by damage to the brain that results in a change of the brain's neuronal activity which disrupts the normal function of the brain.

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Anti-aging

Anti-aging

The Wellness Institute of Neurodevelopment believes that if you want to live at your greatest you have to be as healthy as possible. It is the key to perform at your highest capacity.

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Athletic & Academic Excellence Program

Athletic & Academic Excellence Program

The Athletic and Academic Excellence Program is designed to maximize the performance, potential, and skills of already outstanding individuals.

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Houston, Texas

Address 5757 Woodway Drive. Suite 190 E
Houston, TX 77057

Telephone 832-703-1090

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico

Address 101 San Patricio Ave. Maramar Plaza, Suite 1060
Guaynabo, PR 00968

Telephone 787-474-0400

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