Vani Speech Therapy and Hearing Aid Centre is a well-established speech and hearing care centre providing hearing aids and full diagnostic and rehabilitation services for people with Speech and Hearing problem. We offer state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic speech, language and hearing facilities to individuals of all ages. It is run successfully by the clinical expertise of Vishal Mehra, Consulting Audiologist and Speech Therapist who has a vast experience of more then 14 years in the field of diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology, fitting the latest amplification devices and experienced in balance assessments and all types of management of speech and hearing disorders.
We believe that good hearing is essential to successful and healthy living; regardless of age and social constraints. Our strength is generated from our commitment for our customers and ourselves. We consider the quality, service and value to be important contributing factors in provide complete assistance to our customers. Our goal is to achieve 100% customer satisfaction through taking a personal approach and providing the very highest quality hearing care.
We at Vani Speech Therapy and Hearing Aid Centre, fully understand the importance of hearing to lead a healthy normal life. We are committed to help you achieve the same. We are proud to offer the complete range of services in hearing diagnosis, hearing-aids, Cochlear Implants and rehabilitation. A "value for money" under one roof at par with international standards.
The Speech Therapist of Vani Speech Therapy and Hearing Aid Centre, Jabalpur provides prevention, screening, consultation, assessment and diagnosis, treatment, intervention, management, counselling, and follow-up services for disorders of Speech, Language, Language processing, Pre-literacy and language-based literacy skills, establishing augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) techniques and strategies including developing, selecting, and prescribing of such systems and devices (e.g., speech generating devices.). Selecting, fitting, and establishing effective use of prosthetic / adaptive devices for communication, swallowing, or other upper aerodigestive functions, Educating and counseling individuals & families regarding acceptance, adaptation, swallowing, or other upper aerodigestive concerns.
Babies with feeding and swallowing difficulties children with mild, moderate or severe:
Adults with eating and swallowing and/or communication problems following Stroke, Head injury, Parkinson's disease, Motor neuron disease, Multiple sclerosis, Huntington's disease, Dementia, Cancer of the head, neck and throat, Voice problems, Stammering , Hearing impairment, Voice therapy.