The Role of Speech Therapy
in Recruitment

During the recruitment process a Speech Therapist
will assess and identify the following aspects:

One

Good language skills

Well-developed language skills are essential for good communication and understanding in any situation.

Two

Accent

Well-developed language skills are essential for good communication and understanding in any situation.

Three

Disfluency

People who are dysfluent know what they want to say, but sometimes find it difficult to physically produce speech, resulting in stuttering.

Four

Good Understanding of Instructions

Listening is key to all effective communication; failure to listen effectively will no doubt affect one’s understanding of instructions.

Five

Good language skills

Well-developed language skills are essential for good communication and understanding in any situation.

Six

Accent

Accents are a natural part of spoken languages. It is important to note that an accent is not a speech or language disorder. However, some people may have difficulty communicating because of their accent.

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