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Defectology Belgrade
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Working hours

Monday 08:00 - 20:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 20:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 20:30
Thursday 08:00 - 20:30
Friday 08:00 - 20:30
Saturday 09:00 - 15:00
Sunday We are closed


  • Bus: 25p, 74, 23, 16, 25

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Logopedski centar Higia Logos has been successfully operating since 2005 in Belgrade, focusing primarily on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders within the autistic spectrum, voice disorders, speech and language disorders, hearing impairments, reading and writing difficulties, in children of various ages.

With great pride, we celebrated the ten-year anniversary of the Higia Logos speech therapy center in November 2015.

Our team consists of top experts with extensive experience. We operate in a pleasant space of 200m2, specifically equipped for working with children who have speech/communication impairments.

The initial examination is conducted by a team of top experts - speech therapists with extensive experience, psychologists (REBT and Gestalt), and if necessary, we involve expert associates from the most eminent institutions in our country (child psychiatrists, ENT specialists, and other professionals: surdologists, oligophrenologists, somatopedists).

In our work, we use not only traditional but also the latest methods and techniques, including the neurofeedback method, which is very popular worldwide. This is a unique form of learning self-regulation of physiological and brain functions that significantly reduces the treatment time for training attention deficits, dyslexic disorders, specific impairments, and learning. Neurofeedback is highly successful in eliminating tics, stuttering. In addition to the Neurofeedback method, we also use the Tomatis method and Forbrain feedback.

You can also purchase the "Progovorilica" manual authored by Tanja Lukovac, a master of speech therapy. This manual contains 72 color cards with illustrations and the first and most frequent words and phrases that aid in speech development. Additionally, you can buy books by our distinguished child psychiatrist, Prof. Dr. Svetomir Bojanin.

Tomatis® Method

The Tomatis® method is a complementary tool to most therapeutic supports. It enables the multiplication of obtained results, significantly reducing the duration of traditional therapeutic or medical plans. It can be used at any age (children, adults, or the elderly) to help fight most difficulties and disorders.

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About Sensory Integration

Sensory integration (SI) is the way our nervous system processes information (sensory feelings, stimuli) received by the brain from the external environment and from the body itself, aiming for their meaningful use. Dysfunction of SI occurs when the brain and nervous system are unable to adequately integrate sensory information. When such a condition arises, the information is misinterpreted, resulting in disturbances in perception, behavior, and learning.

SI disorder often occurs in children with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, delayed speech development, learning disabilities, but can also occur in individuals with no other difficulties and average intellectual abilities.

Treatment of children with this disorder should include: Speech therapy treatment, stimulation of gross and fine motor skills development, stimulation and development of sensory sensitivity and perception, Psychomotor re-education, "Modification" of behavior.

Higia Logos - speech therapy center, successfully with you in its second decade!

You can learn more about our staff >> HERE

Higia Logos, speech therapy center, 17b Mirijevski Boulevard, Karaburma, Belgrade 065/865-12-50


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