• Park Lane
    Speech and Hearing

    Welcome to Park Lane Speech and Hearing, an audiology and speech language therapy practice, located inside the Park Lane Hospital in Johannesburg. We specialise in the following fields: audiology, hearing aids and speech-language therapy.

  • What we do

    Park Lane Speech and Hearing provide the following services:

    hearing testing from newborns to adults, hearing aids, speech-language assessments and therapy.

  • Where we are

    We are located in the Park Lane Hospital in Parktown, Johannesburg in South Africa.

    Our practice is on the Lower Ground Floor, South Wing, 14 Junction Ave, Parktown 2193. Call us at (011) 480 4237 / 4258 to book your consultation.

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Speech & Language

Park Lane Speech and Hearing offer the following Speech and Language Therapy services:

  • Articulation therapy
  • Language therapy for delayed language or second language English speakers
  • Stuttering and fluency therapy
  • Voice therapy
  • Early intervention
  • Auditory processing therapy
  • Assistance with reading and spelling skills


What is a speech therapist?

A speech therapist helps children and adolescents who have language disorders to understand and give directions, ask and answer questions, convey ideas and improve language skills that lead to better communication and academic performance.

When should I seek professional help?

You should seek professional help for your children when you become concerned. Don't delay! If there is a problem, early intervention is important. If there is no problem, you will be relieved of worry.


1. Did you know?

  Speech, language and hearing disorders can limit academic achievement, social adjustment and career advancement. Most people can be helped and taught strategies to cope and help them to communicate more effectively, even if the problem cannot be eliminated.

2. Did you know?

  Children learn their speech sounds by listening to the speech around them. This learning begins very early in life.If children have frequent ear problems during this important listening period, they may fail to learn some speech sounds.

3. Did you know?

  There are expected language behaviours for different ages for eg: by 1 year of age; a child should use one or two words, follow simple requests such as “come here” and understand simple questions such as “where's your shoes?” Children are individuals and do develop at slower or faster rates than expected. What is most important is that the children show continued language growth.

4. Did you know?

  The first years of life are important for learning speech and language. Even mild hearing losses may result in children missing much of speech and language around them. Parents should make sure that their children receive a regular hearing evaluation from an Audiologist, particularly if there is a history of an infection, frequent cold or other respiratory infections or allergies.

5. Did you know?

  Stuttering typically begins at a very early age (usually between 2 & 5 yrs) but will occasionally appear for the first time in a school age child and more rarely in an adult. Most children outgrow their non-fluency, but others will not. The problem of stuttering may be prevented from developing if treated early enough.