Have dysgrammatism treated by a speech therapist

Are you looking for an effective treatment for dysgrammatism in Dusseldorf? The speech therapy practice Canan Rasidov offers comprehensive therapy options for people of all ages who suffer from a grammar disorder.

We diagnose and treat grammatical disorders with individual therapy.

Effective treatment by speech therapists

Treating a grammar disorder effectively.

Do you or a loved one have trouble using correct grammatical structures and rules? Then a grammar disorder, also known as dysgrammatism, could be the cause.

A grammar disorder can affect the understanding and understanding of spoken and written language. It can also be an indication of a language development disorder or a neurological disease.

Our speech therapists have the expertise and experience to diagnose and treat a grammar disorder. With early diagnosis and effective treatment, children and adults can improve their grammatical skills and be more effective in their verbal communication.

Let our speech therapists support you and improve your grammatical skills. Contact us today to set up an appointment .

Child practices speaking in front of a mirror
Sprechapraxie Störung in Folge einer Hirnschädigung.

Characteristics of dysgrammatism

Individuals with dysgrammatism often exhibit the following characteristics:

  • Difficulties in forming grammatical structures (e.g. when using articles, pronouns or tenses)
  • Problems applying syntactic rules (e.g. the order of words within a sentence)
  • Use of ungrammatical expressions or simple sentences
  • Mixing up parts of speech (e.g. instead of “I’m going” the person says “I’m going”)
  • Difficulty applying grammatical rules to new words or situations

It is important to note that individuals with dysgrammatism do not have general language or cognitive limitations, but instead have specific problems applying grammatical rules.

Individual therapy

Dysgrammatism is usually treated by a speech therapist with customized therapy. Treatment depends on the severity of the disorder, the patient’s age, and ability.

Typical approaches can be:

  1. Exercises to promote grammatical awareness: The patient is offered specific exercises to improve their understanding of grammatical rules and structures.

  2. Speech therapy: This includes exercises to improve pronunciation, grammar and speech intelligibility.

  3. Reinforcement of positive behaviors: The speech therapist can encourage and reward the patient for using correct grammatical structures and rules.

  4. Use of technology: Digital tools and applications can be used to support and complement treatment.

It’s important to note that treating dysgrammatism takes time and patience. However, it is possible for the patient to make progress and improve their grammatical skills. Close cooperation between the patient, his family and the speech therapist is of great importance for the success of the treatment.

Treatment of speech disorders

duration of treatment

The duration of treatment for dysgrammatism may vary depending on its severity and individual factors. In general, however, it is possible to make progress within a few months to a year or two if targeted speech therapy treatment is implemented.

It is important to note that longer term support may sometimes be required to maintain skills and apply them in a natural context. Regular practice and encouragement in a supportive environment can also be helpful in maintaining progress.

It is also important that the therapy process is individually tailored to the needs and abilities of each person in order to achieve the best possible results.

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