Communication is the Cornerstone of all Human Interaction

The ability to communicate effectively does wonders to boost one’s self-esteem and confidence. This is why we believe no child should be deprived of the ability to communicate his/her thoughts, emotions, and ideas to others. Speech therapy involves the management and treatment of conditions which affect a person’s ability to speak and communicate.

Our Speech Therapists assess and provide intervention to help children with speech and language difficulties. Through a customised therapy plan, we adopt a wide range of effective approaches and strategies targeting to address each individual’s needs to promote their speech and language development. To ensure that your child is ready to make the best of his primary school years, MindChamps Allied Care – Speech Therapy use specialised strategies to evaluate and support your child’s learning needs.

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Speech Therapy Services

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Communicative Skills


Expressive Language Skills


Receptive Language Skills


Articulation and Speech Production


Feeding and Swallowing

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Feeding Clinic

As a parent, it is reassuring to ensure that your child eats well. However, feeding may be a challenge for some children due to various reasons. At MindChamps Allied Care, we offer feeding and swallowing therapy for newborns to school-age children with feeding and/or swallowing difficulties. Our play-based programme is specially designed to help these little ones explore and discover different types of food, as well as guide parents and caregivers in supporting their child in their required area of needs, with the objective of improving their child’s diets. Our team of experienced Speech Therapists and Occupational Therapists are well-trained to provide various interventions to their motor skills, develop age-appropriate feeding skills, and many more.


Is your child experiencing these signs and symptoms?


Excessive Crying During Feeding



Consuming only limited type of food



Poor weight gain or growth

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Frequent Vomiting


Dislike touching his/her food

Through this programme, guided by our multi-disciplinary team of allied health professionals, we aim to help both children and parents overcome these concerns and enjoy meal times!

Lastly, it is important for your child to be seen by a paediatrician before visiting the feeding clinic. This is to rule out any underlying medical conditions which may be resulting in the feeding problems observed.

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