Our Speech therapy Programme involves the treatment of speech and communication disorders, making it a very wide-ranging field. Speech therapy can help our children with stutters or lisps to pronounce words correctly, but it can also help children with autism, ADHD and other neuro-developmental disorders to understand and use spoken language in a social context.
What our Speech Therapists can do for you?
Our team of Speech therapists can play a major role in helping our autistic child and other neuro-developmental Disorders to learn to communicate and engage with other people. Depending on the setting (school, home, office), our therapists provide 1:1 therapy sessions.
We give voice to voiceless.
Our goal is to make a long-term and tangible difference in children daily lives. We do this by helping each child to participate in the day-to-day activities that they find most meaningful and age appropriate.
For a child, this might mean playing with friends. For an adult, this might mean being able to prepare a meal for loved ones.
Our OTs call these meaningful daily routines “activities of daily living” or “ADLs”. These basic building blocks of daily life can become difficult after an injury, disability, or illness, and our Specialized team of occupational therapists can help people develop the skills to participate in these activities with confidence.
Why does a child need Occupational Therapy?
Many people are first introduced to occupational therapy through a referral for their child. Occupational therapists work with children of all ages in neonatal units, schools, and outpatient settings.
Behavioral therapy is a specialized area that describes a broad range of techniques used to change maladaptive patterns of behaviors in our children. The goal is to reinforce and imbibe desirable behaviors and eliminate undesired ones.
Our team of Behavioral therapists, Psychologists ABA, CBT and RBT practitioners are upto the mark to make our children streamline in society. The Behaviour of our child is the identity card he/she carries wherever he/she goes. So we are here to shape and architect this identity and help them to live life to the fullest by inculcating new positive behaviors and help them to sharpen their hidden skills.
Applied behavior analysis (ABA)
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that focuses on teaching certain behaviors through a series of rewards and consequences.
ABA therapy is one of the most popular therapies for autistic children used by our Behavior therapists.
Our ABA therapists will help our kids in enhancing communication, social, and learning skills.
Our ABA therapists attempts to modify and encourage certain behaviors, particularly in autistic children.
ABA to be the gold-standard treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other developmental conditions.
Our special Education Plans provide Learning goals and objectives that are selected for each Child based on assessment results and input from parents.
Teaching methods and instruction materials selected and/or adapted for each Child and setting(s) where instruction will occur determined relative to opportunities for kids to learn and use targeted skills.
Our Unique and customized teaching procedures (e.g., constant time delay, token reinforcement, self-monitoring and assistive Tools).
Incorporates variety of instructional materials and supports both natural and contrived to help children acquire and use targeted learning objectives. Instruction presented with attention to detail, precision, structure, clarity, and repeated practice.
We make efforts to provide with naturalistic opportunities and Goal-directed for children to use targeted knowledge and skill.
We provide Purposeful instruction intended to help individual child to achieve the greatest possible personal self-sufficiency and success in present and future environments. We value/goodness of instruction determined by children attainment of outcomes.
Our Instructional programs and teaching procedures selected on kids performance of research support, careful, ongoing monitoring of progress. frequent and direct measures/assessment of kids learning that inform modifications in instruction.
When our kids cannot express themselves through words, play can give therapists an entire insight into what is happening in their lives.
When our kids engage in play, they stimulate their imaginations and learn to be creative through the activities they are involved in. The way we let them Play also teaches our kids how to share, deal with conflict resolution, take turns, and respond to emotions appropriately, according to Lifespan. As such, it is easy to see why play is used when helping kids talk about their emotions, which is not always so easy for little ones especially to do. And it is because of this that our play therapy modules came to be and why it has been so beneficial to our kids.
Our Music therapy is a therapeutic approach that utilizes music to help foster health and well-being. Our therapists involve making music, singing, dancing, listening to music, or talking about music. We got proven results while using it in adults, children, and even infants. Music therapy is generally not used on its own to treat illnesses but as an alternative therapy which is a part of our larger treatment plan.
Early Intervention broadly refers to a wide range of experiences and supports provided to children, parents and families during the pregnancy, infancy and early childhood period of development. children with special needs, children who were already diagnosed with disabilities like autism, hearing impairment, stuttering, sensory integration dysfunctions, etc.
Our tested and result oriented Early intervention services can change a child’s developmental path and improve outcomes for children, families, and communities. Help your child, help your family! Families benefit from our early intervention by being able to better meet their children’s needs from an early age and throughout their lives.
Sensory Integration Therapy
Our Sensory integration therapy falls under the practice of occupational therapy (OT) which is provided by our qualified OT therapists. SIT delivers interventions and strategies designed to help children with autism who have difficulty processing sensory stimuli.
Poor regulation of sensory input can lead to anxiety and can be very stressing for non-verbal autistic children who can not communicate their difficulties, so therapy is key.
Physiotherapy is the health profession with expertise in movement and exercise prescription throughout the lifespan across the health spectrum.
Our Physiotherapists are autonomous health professionals who are responsible for developing, maintaining or restoring motor function and movement throughout the display using evidence-based practice. They relieve pain and treat or prevent physical conditions associated with injury, disease or other impairments. Our Physiotherapists empower all of children and their carers to manage the condition outside clinical settings. Our team work within their scope of practice and their professional Code of Conduct.
Physiotherapy involves specific interventions to individuals and populations where movement and function are, or may be, threatened by illness ageing injury, pain, disability, disease, disorder or environmental factors. Such interventions are designed and prescribed to develop restore and maintain optimal health.
Physiotherapy is integral to all spheres of health and well-being such as promotion, prevention, habilitation and rehabilitation and encompasses physical, psychological, emotional and social factors.