The impact of Arham Dhvani on motor speech problem of orphan children
Poornima Gupta, Vivek Maheshwari
Motor speech problem are a class of speech disorder that disturb the body’s natural ability to speak due to some emotional, mental and neurological impairments. Parental loss and raising in orphanages have negative impact on emotional, psychological and mental well-being in orphans. This study was aimed to assess the impact of Arham Dhvani on Motor Speech Problem on Orphan Children. 50 Orphan children of age ranging from 12-16, were selected from Surman Sansthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, by accidental sampling and assigned into experimental and control group. Experimental group underwent three months of Arham Dhvani whereas the control group followed the routine activities. They were assessed by Stroop Color-Word Test at the beginning and end of the program. After 3 months of yoga, result suggested that Arham Dhvani practice improves in motor speech problem and as well as visual processing and reading ability.
Poornima Gupta, Vivek Maheshwari. The impact of Arham Dhvani on motor speech problem of orphan children. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 6, Issue 11, 2019, Pages 146-149