One-on-one Therapy is conducted to a child with special needs by a therapist on a one to one set up. The therapy types are:
Speech and language therapy is concerned with the management of disorders of speech, language, and communication in children and adults. It helps people develop skills like comprehension, clarity, voice, fluency, and sound production.
Behavioral Therapy is a strategy to help correct a child’s behavior by focusing on changing undesirable behaviors like tantrums, aggression, self-injury. The child’s progress is achieved with the use of specialized teaching techniques which focuses on developing appropriate behaviors which in turn diminishes the inappropriate behaviors.
We provide One-on-One Occupational Therapy to children diagnosed with: Autism, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation, Down Syndrome, Developmental Delay, Developmental Co-ordination and Balance Disorder, Learning Disability, etc.
Sensory integration therapy is based on the fact that children with special needs may be either over stimulated or under stimulated by the environment. Therefore; the aim of sensory integration therapy is to improve the ability of the brain to process sensory information so that the child will function better in his daily activities. The goal of Sensory Integration Therapy is to train the brain to automatically respond appropriately to sensory input.
One-on-one Therapies give the opportunity for parents to see the therapies being conducted so that they acquire practical knowledge on how to train their children.