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The Ora-Light® System aids the Speech Therapist/Pathologist to target and maximize rehabilitation outcomes of patients with oral motor deficits.

The Ora-Light® System of oral motor exercise tools is a major step forward for the Speech Language Therapist/Pathologist providing a set of practical tools for the successful treatment of patients with speech and swallow disorders.

Experienced Speech Therapists / Pathologists recognise the benefits of oral motor exercises in a wide variety of clinical applications. The use of Ora-Light tools would enhance therapy outcomes in the management of:

  • Dysarthia
  • Dysphagia
  • Apraxia
  • Articulation disorders
  • Oral Motor disorders
  • Oral Cancer resections
  • Laryngectomee rehabilitation

The Ora-Light System has been formulated after many years of clinical experience and will provide a balanced programme of tongue and lip coordination exercises and motion. For further information on the Clinical background to the Ora-Light System or for Clinical references click on the links below.

Available in two sizes, Small and Large in sets of four, Ora-Light tools are suitable for children (ages 6-12) and Adults.

Ora-Light Key Benefits:

  • Aids the Speech Language Pathologist to target and maximize rehabilitation outcomes of patients with oral motor deficits.
  • Ora-Light exercise tools help to improve the strength and movement of specific lip, tongue and cheek musculature.
  • Specifically crafted from shatter-proof material to incorporate shape and tactile areas which encourage proper tongue, lip movements and contact.
  • Simple to use with a comprehensive suggested exercise protocol, highlighting the specific muscles exercised, and indicating the phonetic articulator placement for sound production.
  • Each tool is for Single Patient use.
  • Cost effective.

Last edited on Tuesday 3rd of May, 2016 at 10:11am