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Behavioural Therapy

Behavioral therapy is a broad term that encompasses a variety of strategies for modifying maladaptive behavior. The idea is to reinforce positive behaviors while removing negative ones. Behavioral therapy is a hands-on approach. As a result, behavioral therapy is usually very targeted. According to behavioral therapy, if old learning contributed to the formation of a problem, then new learning can correct it.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy (OT) is a form of treatment for people who have difficulty moving and coordinating their bodies. It aids in the development of motor skills required for everyday tasks like writing and dressing. Therapists work with children on coordination, balance, and self-control. Each child's individual needs are met through OT. Therapists begin by assessing strengths and weaknesses. Then they design an exercise and activity program that focuses on the motor skills that need to be improved.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is a type of treatment for those who have difficulty speaking, communicating, or swallowing. It promotes the proper use of the voice and the use of the muscles to produce the desired sounds. It improves the comprehension of words and the expression of oneself. Speech therapy can help children who have difficulty speaking and writing. Those with language impairments and reading difficulties, such as dyslexia, are included. A speech therapist, sometimes known as a speech-language pathologist, administers it. They begin by determining the type of speech or language issue a child has. They then figure out what's causing it and decide on the best course of action.

Remedial Education

Remedial education programs are intended to bridge the gap between what the child already knows and what they should know. Fundamental skills are retaught in these programs. Reading and math are usually the focus of remedial programs for younger children. Other subjects, such as science and social studies, are included in older children's programs. They provide extra assistance to children in order to help them catch up to their peers. Any student who is struggling in school could enroll in a remedial education program.

Customised Special Programs

Infant Stimulation Program (0-2 years)


  • Infant Stimulation for Normal Development

  • Neuro-Development Assessment and Therapy

  • Sensory Integration and feeding

  • Normalising the tone

  • Preventing the deformities

  • Handling and positioning

  • Techniques to carry the baby

  • Child-mother interaction

  • Socialisation and cognitive development

  • Visual and Auditory Stimulation

Provide Interactive, customisable therapy session plans based on the improvements with periodic assessments and parent meetings.

  • Sensory Integration

  • Cognitive Training

  • Brain Gym Activities

  • Manipulation Therapy

  • ADL Training

  • Physical Skill Training

Early Intervention Program (2-4 years)

School Readiness Program (4-6 years)

  • Pre-academic skills

  • Language, Literacy, Numeracy skills

  • Thinking skills

  • Social skills

  • Group therapy

  • Self-confidence

Remedial Training Program (6-12 years)

  • Management of academic skill Deficit in reading, writing, maths etc.

  • Enhancement of academic skill in reading, writing, maths etc.

  • Improved social skills for more enjoyble classroom experience.

  • Focused attention with a one-to-one session

  • Identifying the key strength of the child and utilize it to improve school performance.

  • Bring control in behviour patterns

  • Training for scholastic achievement

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