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Speech and language therapy- logopedics

AKTUÁLNÍ INFORMACE (Topical Information)

Totaly 348 consultation rooms of speech and language therapy provided the respective statistical records for the year 2013. Dyslalia, pronunciation or articulation disorder, was the most frequent disorder among persons in the age group 0 to 18 years with 48 % cases. Aphasia, loss of previously acquired ability to speak, occurred with 45 % cases among persons above nineteen years old as the most frequent disorder. The number of consultations have increased since 2009 by 13 % amounting to 1 040 746 consultations.

Totaly 339 consultation rooms of speech and language therapy provided the respective statistical records for the year 2012. Dyslalia, pronunciation or articulation disorder, was the most frequent disorder among persons in the age group 0 to 18 years with 49 % cases. Aphasia, loss of previously acquired ability to speak, occurred with 48 % cases among persons above nineteen years old as the most frequent disorder. The number of consultations have increased since 2008 by 15,1 % amounting to 1 011 491 consultations.

Totaly 338 consultation rooms of speech and language therapy handed over the respective statistical records for the year 2011. Dyslalia, pronunciation or articulation disorder, was the most frequent disorder among persons in the age group 0 to 18 years with 49 % cases. Aphasia, loss of previously acquired ability to speak, occurred with 48 % cases among persons above nineteen years old as the most frequent disorder. The number of consultations have increased since 2007 by 15,7 % amounting to 1 005 936 consultations.

In 2010 there were 325 consultation rooms of logopaediology in the Czech Republic. The number of examinations increased during the period 2009–2010. Most frequent in persons in the age group 0 to 19 years was dyslalia (speech sounds articulation disorder). In persons above twenty years old was most frequent aphasia (loss of speech ability).

In the Czech Republic there were in 2009 on the average 3.39 speech therapists per 100 000 inhabitants. The number of examinations increased during the period 2008-2009. Most frequent in persons in the age group 0 to 19 years was dyslalia (speech sounds articulation disorder). In persons above twenty years old was most frequent aphasia (loss of speech ability).

INFORMACE ZE ZDRAVOTNICTVÍ KRAJŮ (Information on Regional Health Care)

Moravskoslezský kraj

In 2013 fifty medical organisations submitted annual reports about their activity. The most frequent disability by patients under 18 years of age was in 51% dyslalia. The most frequent disability by patients over 19 years of age was in 37% aphasia. Since 2009 the number of treated persons increased of 15 % and the number of treatments of 7 %.

In 2012 fifty medical organisations submitted annual reports about their activity. The most frequent disability by patients under 18 years of age was in 50% dyslalia. The most frequent disability by patients over 19 years of age was in 43% aphasia. Since 2008 the number of treated persons increased of 16 % and the number of treatments of 10 %.

In 2011 fifty medical organisations submitted annual reports about their activity. The most frequent disability by patients under 18 years of age was in 51% dyslalia. The most frequent disability by patients over 19 years of age was in 45% aphasia. Since 2007 the number of treated persons increased of 16,6% and the number of treatments of 12,6%.

Olomoucký kraj

In 2013 twenty-five medical organisations submitted annual reports about their activity. The most frequent disability by patients under 18 years of age was in 43 % dyslalia. The most frequent disability by patients over 19 years of age was in 54 % aphasia. Since 2009 the number of treated persons increased of 23 % and the number of treatments of 17 %.

In 2012 twenty-five medical organisations submitted annual reports about their activity. The most frequent disability by patients under 18 years of age was in 41 % dyslalia. The most frequent disability by patients over 19 years of age was in 61 % aphasia. Since 2008 the number of treated persons increased of 26 % and the number of treatments of 24 %.

In 2011 twenty-four medical organisations submitted annual reports about their activity. The most frequent disability by patients under 18 years of age was in 46 % dyslalia. The most frequent disability by patients over 19 years of age was in 57 % aphasia. Since 2007 the number of treated persons increased of 8,2 % and the number of treatments of 10%.