Voice Disorders in Children

Voice disorders in children can be presented or identified through the following signs:

  • Loss of voice
  • A voice that is hoarse or breathy (outside of an illness)
  • An effortful or strained quality of voice 


What can you do as a parent?

  • Contact your child’s pediatrician.  A referral to an ENT may be indicated. 
  • Teach best speaking habits (have your child avoid shouting or screaming in excess)
  • Make sure your child is hydrated with water throughout the day
  • Incorporate quiet time during the day to allow the voice to rest
  • Contact us to conduct  a voice evaluation

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