We conduct standardized assessment for children with special needs by a group of three therapists before enrolling them to any one of our programs. A quarterly assessment is also conducted every three months to each child enrolled in our programs to measure prognosis and to plan educational and therapeutic programs accordingly.
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:
- Occupational Therapy
- Sensory Integration Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Behavioral Therapy
The most appropriate therapy type, length and frequency of sessions are determined by the compulsory initial assessment by a group of three therapists. 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.
Our Special Education Class program provides a combination of one-on-one therapies and group activities. There are trainings in: academics, arts and crafts, life skills and social skills by a group of professionals. Our daily reports to parents would help to follow the program at home as well.
Life Skills & Vocational Training
In Life Skills Training we teach household chores like cleaning, dusting, bed making,folding clothes, cupboard arranging, light cooking, etc. The Vocational Training aims to develop skills like shopping, making paper bags and envelopes, typing, photocopying, etc..