Childhood dysphonia: how to educate the voice of children

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Childhood dysphonia: how to educate the voice of children
Childhood dysphonia is a voice disorder affecting children between the ages of 6 and 10. Generally, these disorders are not severe and do not usually lead to prolonged or permanent loss of voice. Through a series of vocal habits at an early age, you can educate the voice.

We could define dysphonia as an alteration of the voice that affects one or several of its basic acoustic characteristics: its height, timbre or vocal quality or its intensity. These are "hoarse" voices with greater or lesser air loss when speaking, voices that "do not sound good" muted, deaf, dark, lacking in color or brightness, sometimes with an excessive nasal component.

How to detect childhood dysphonia

Frequently, childhood dysphonia is not detected in the family. Sometimes discrete alterations of the voice do not alarm parents, especially in familiar environments where the mother or father speak with great intensity, or if one presents a dysphonic voice.

Childhood dysphonia


In these environments it is easy for the child to end up imitating the vocal behavior; Therefore, the vocal model offered by the parents is important since the child usually identifies with the communicative style, whether it is quiet, nervous, dialogic, aggressive, etc.

Childhood dysphonia

In these environments it is easy for the child to end up imitating the vocal behavior; Therefore, the vocal model offered by the parents is important since the child usually identifies with the communicative style, whether it is quiet, nervous, dialogic, aggressive, etc.


In many cases, it is in the school where problems are detected in relation to the voice or the speech. Therefore, it is important that the school environment is sensitized and prepared to be able to initially detect a disorder of the child's voice and in this way, guide the parents and be able to perform a preventive task or lead to a specific treatment.

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