Children need hope, they need REWA
Children need hope, they need REWA

Ena Kahyap, indische Sprachtherapeutin möchte im Sommer 2022 in Ladakh helfen

Ena lebt und arbeitet in Delhi. Sie ist Sprachtherapeutin mit einem MA Abschluss. Sie meldete sich im Sommer 2021 und wollte ihre Fähigkeiten online REWA Kindern in Leh und Kargil zur Verfügung stellen. Sie hat bereits bei mehreren Organisationen, die behinderte Kinder in Indien betreuen, ausgeholfen.

 

Ena behandelte letztes Jahr drei Kinder aus Leh und Kargil auf regelmässiger Basis. Sie hat ein Herz für Kinder, davon zeugen ihre Bilder aus Delhi. Sie schreibt, dass die Zusammenarbeit mit REWA Personal und den Eltern sehr gut war. Sie hat sich viel mit den Eltern ausgetauscht und gab ihnen Ratschläge zur weiteren Behandlung. Sie arbeitete eng mit den entsprechenden REWA Physiotherapeuten zusammen, tauscht sich mit ihnen aus. 

Sie wünscht sich einen intensiveren Austausch mit den Eltern, den Kindern und dem Team und möchte gerne im Sommer 2022 als Freiwillige für ein paar Wochen nach Leh kommen. Die Online Sessions limitieren Behandlung und Fortschritt  entsprechend. Da sie die Ausbildung zur Hörspezialistin hat, würde sie ihre Ausrüstung mitbringen und die REWA Kinder auf Hördefizite untersuchen. Oft kann man da erfolgreich intervenieren. Eine erfolgreiche Sprachtherapie gelingt nur, wenn das Kind gut hören kann. 

 

Ena bittet darum, dass ihr der Flug und die Unterkunft in Leh bezahlt wird.

Das sind Kosten von etwa 500 €. Wir bitten damit um Hilfe. Wer für Ena und ihren Einsatz in Leh spenden möchte, bitte auf der Überweisung "ENA" angeben. Vielen Dank!

 

25.04.2022, Karola Wood

Enas Befunde der drei Kinder

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE RE- EVALUATION REPORT

                                             

 Name:  S.N.                                                                    Date: 08/07/2021

 Age / Sex: 8 / Male                                                                    Mother Tongue: Ladakhi

 

BRIEF HISTORY:

 chief complaint is lack of attention.

H/O Family: Child has  joint family. He has one sister and one brother with no speech problem.

DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY:

The child’s motor development are reported to be delayed.

VISION: The child’s visual ability is reported to be normal.

ORAL PERIPHERAL MECHANISM EXAMINATION:

Articulators are observed to be structurally normal as reported by informant and functionally adequate for vegetative functions and speech production  as reported by informant.

VEGETATIVE SKILLS:

Chewing- Adequate, as reported

Swallowing- Adequate, as reported

Sucking- Adequate ,as reported

Blowing- Adequate as reported

 

 

 

 

CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS:

Stanzin was seen individually and was observed during the call along with his therapist for the current assessment. stanzin presents a portrait of a child who has lack of attention and concentration Alertness present on name calling.

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROFILE:

LINGUISTIC SKILLS:

COMPREHENSION:

The child seem to understand simple commands. The child identifies her family members (father, mother,uncle, aunty, cousins, grandmother and granfather). He comprehends emotions (happy, anger, sad) .

EXPRESSION:

The child can express himself in sentences.

PROVISIONAL DIAGNOSIS:

Difficulty in reception and expression of speech secondary to lack of attention and concentration.

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Speech and language therapy
  • Psychological evaluation
  • Follow up

 

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE RE- EVALUATION REPORT

                                             

 Name:  T. F.                                                                   Date: 07/07/2021

 Age / Sex: 7 years 10 months/ Female                                            Mother Tongue: Ladakhi

 

BRIEF HISTORY:

The child has CP . chief complaint in speech is unclear speech.

H/O Family: Child has  joint family. He has one elder sister with no speech problem.

DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY:

The child’s motor development are delayed, speech and language development was reported to be delayed.

VISION: The child’s visual ability is reported to be normal.

ORAL PERIPHERAL MECHANISM EXAMINATION:

Articulators are observed to be structurally normal and functionally adequate for vegetative functions and speech production as reported by informant.

VEGETATIVE SKILLS:

Chewing- Adequate, as reported

Swallowing- Adequate, as reported

Sucking- Present, as observed

Blowing- Present, as observed

Biting- Present, as reported

 

CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS:

Tabasum was seen individually and was observed during the call along with her therapist for the current assessment. Tabasum presents a portrait of a child who is friendly and sociable. Alertness and appropriate responsiveness to commands were exhibited; consistent responses were seen for name call. She was cooperative during the interaction .Attention span appeared to be good.

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROFILE:

LINGUISTIC SKILLS:

COMPREHENSION:

The child follows complex commands. The child identifies her family members (father, mother,uncle, aunty, cousins, grandmother and grandfather). She comprehends emotions (happy, anger, sad) .Self-identification is observed to be present. The child follows the simple command and also comprehends the “wh” questions (what and where).

EXPRESSION:

The child expresses her  needs dominantly through verbal mode, although the speech is not very clear.

SPEECH:

she is able to express herself in sentences although speech is unclear with hard articulatory movements.

PROVISIONAL DIAGNOSIS:

Articulation errors consequent to cerebral palsy.

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Speech and language therapy
  • Follow up

 

 

 

 

 

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE RE- EVALUATION REPORT

                                             

 Name:  J. U.                                                                   Date: 07/07/2021

 Age / Sex: 1 / Male                                                                           Mother Tongue: Ladakhi

 

BRIEF HISTORY:

 chief complaint in speech is delay in speech.

H/O Family: Child has  joint family. He has one elder sister with no speech problem.

DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY:

The child’s motor development are delayed, speech and language development are also delayed.

VISION: The child’s visual ability is reported to be normal.

ORAL PERIPHERAL MECHANISM EXAMINATION:

Articulators are observed to be structurally normal as reported by informant and functionally adequate for vegetative functions  as reported by informant.

VEGETATIVE SKILLS:

Chewing- Adequate, as reported

Swallowing- Adequate, as reported (although some spilling occurs)

Sucking- could not be checked.

Blowing- Absent, as observed

 

 

 

CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS:

jigmet was seen individually and was observed during the call along with his therapist for the current assessment. jigmet presents a portrait of a child who is delay in his motor milestones.  Alertness present on name calling.

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE PROFILE:

LINGUISTIC SKILLS:

COMPREHENSION:

The child seem to understand simple commands. The child identifies her family members (father, mother,uncle, aunty, cousins, grandmother and granfather).

EXPRESSION:

The child can vocalize. He uses crying to express his needs.

SPEECH:

Only vocalization present.

PROVISIONAL DIAGNOSIS:

Delay in speech and language development.

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Speech and language therapy
  • Follow up
  • Intensive speech and language stimulation at home.

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