Occupational TherapyChildhood is a time for play, learning new skills and exploring the world. All children are expected to perform certain skills at specific ages. However, parents or pediatricians may observe children having difficulty with a skill that other same-age children are performing with ease (e.g., walking, talking, eating, swinging or writing their name). Parents may also seek therapy when a child is adopted from a foreign country, born with a syndrome, or is born premature. Occupational Therapy can help children develop the skills they need to reach their full potential and enjoy the journey of life.
- 1. Cerebral palsy
- 2. Autism Spectrum Disorder
- 3. Down Syndrome
- 4. Developmental Delays
- 5. Brachial Plexus Injuries/Erg’s Palsy
Sensor Integration TherapyThe senses receive information from stimuli both outside and inside our bodies. The five senses of hearing, seeing, taste, smell & touch respond to stimuli that come from bodies.Sensory processing (sometimes called "sensory integration" or SI) is a term that refers to the way the nervous system receives messages from the senses and turns them into appropriate motor and behavioral responses. Whether you are biting into a hamburger, riding a bicycle, or reading a book, your successful completion of the activity requires processing sensation or "sensory integration." Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD, formerly known as "sensory integration dysfunction") is a condition that exists when sensory signals don't get organized into appropriate responses. Pioneering occupational therapist and neuroscientist.
Behavioral TherapyBehavior therapy involves identifying objectionable, maladaptive behaviors and replacing them with healthier types of behavior. Behavioral therapy is a treatment that helps change potentially self-destructing behaviors. It is also called behavioral modification or cognitive behavioral therapy. Medical professionals use this type of therapy to replace bad habits with good ones. The therapy also helps you cope with difficult situations. It is most often used to treat anxiety disorders. However, you don’t have to be diagnosed with a mental health disorder to benefit.
Speech TherapyOur Speech Therapist integrates all aspects speech and language development, including receptive and expressive language, articulation, respiration & fluency.Children live, learn, play, and grow at Playschool Child Care, Creative play experiences for children of all ages and skill levels are an integral part of the unique & flexible child care opportunities at school.Our therapists are dedicated to providing personal and caring services for our patients. Children are matched with a therapist who fits their individual needs.
Special EducationOur Special Educator focuses to meet the individualized educational, cognitive, behavioral and esteem needs of children's using various teaching strategies.
Early InterventionChildren live, learn, play, and grow at Playschool Child Care, Skill levels are an integral part of the unique & flexible child care opportunities at school.
Our Treatment Areas
- 1.Occupational Therapy
- 2. Speech Therapy
- 3. Behavioral Therapy
- 4. Special Education
- 5. Sensory integration Dysfunction
- 6. Autism Spectrum Disorder
Our Treatment Areas
- 7.Down Syndrome
- 8. Developmental Delays
- 9. Mental Retardation
- 10. Learning Disability
- 11. Feeding & Eating Difficulties
- 12. School for Special Childrens