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We the SLP family, have joined our hands from different walks of life to create a Revolution, in the world where communication is an integral part of life. We are positively driven to accomplish this not so- easy- task through spreading awareness about various speech and language disorders among one and all.

OUR VISION

Our Vision is “to upgrade the quality of communication of individuals with different communication disorders” There are only fewhelping hands in society to empower such individuals. Our dream is to establish a barrier free ambiable environment to facilitate affutivte communication among individuals with or without communication disorders.

SERVICES

Our Motto is to “CreateAwareness”. And, we visit many places especially where Awareness level about communication disorders are less. And talk about the communication disorders, what are the symptoms of it, and what shout be done, as a treatment. We counsil teachers, and parents( first person to encounter problem), as most of the time of a developing child is spend with them.

WHAT WE DO?

SLP WORDS aims at spreading awareness about different occult speech and language communication disorders, which we come across in today’s urbanised society. We aim to do this by organising various programs especially targeting the rural society.
We perform road shows, rallies with the theme of communication disorders.

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