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Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy is used with children that present challenges with unclear speech, fluency, resonance, breathing problems, weak oral muscles, swallowing issues, picky eaters, speech delays and communication issues will benefit from Speech & Language Therapy.

Speech Therapists work on different exercises that help strengthen muscles in the mouth, conduct speech drills to improve clarity of speech and even sound production practice to improve articulation.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy or OT is a form of therapy commonly used with children showing difficulties in motor skills, sensory processing, sitting tolerance, hyperactivity and more. OT strengthens the child’s motor skills, reduces the occurrence of sensory issues and increases their sitting tolerance by enhancing concentration. This helps them independently perform their daily activities and self-care which significantly contributes to their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.

Special Education

Special Education helps create a supportive environment to ensure that every child’s educational needs are provided for. It facilitates cognitive development in children.


Various psychological and behavioral concerns manifest themselves in the form of reading and writing difficulties, inability to concentrate or comprehend instructions, as well as difficulties in expressing needs, both physical and emotional. These difficulties impair a child’s ability to learn in a traditional classroom setting.


Children with such needs require additional support in the classroom. Tailor-made Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) along with successful collaboration between special educators, parents and teachers preparing children to cope with the demands of mainstream education.

Sensory Integration

Sensory Integration refers to the processing, integration, and organisation of sensory information from the body and the environment. Simply put, this means how we experience, interpret and react to (or ignore) information coming from our senses. It is important in all the things that we need to do on a daily basis, such as getting dressed, eating, moving around, socialising, learning and working.

Sensory information is received from our senses, which include- Sight (vision), Hearing (auditory system), Touch (tactile system), Taste (gustatory system) Smell (olfactory system), Proprioception (senses of body awareness and position), Vestibular (awareness of movement, balance, and coordination), Interoception (our internal sensory system that tells us what is happening inside our body, for example, hunger, needing the toilet, fatigue, emotions, etc)

Working on these senses, aims to strengthen conceptual learning in children by pairing learning with activities that involve these different senses.


Is a method using special Strategies for children with different types of Learning Difficulties, It helps in improving the deficient skills of the Child.

  • Focused Attention and control in behavior problems.

  • Transfer of skills into school performance.

  • Improved Social Skills.

  • Management of Academic Skills, Difficulty in Reading, Writing and Math.

  • Enhancement of Academic Skills, Difficulty in reading Writing and Math.

Online Parent Training Program.



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