Early Intervention Program
For children with developmental issues, AD/HD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and for children at risk of learning disability between the age of 3-8years.
- Communication: Receptive and Expressive.
- Language: Pre reading Skills, Grammar, Prewriting and writing skills.
- Maths: Shapes, numbers, position and basic counting.
For children identified at risk for learning disability, or having learning disability, AD/HD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Borderline Intellect and all children having difficulties keeping at the pace of education in class for varied reasons like language barrier and requiring remedial education, a structured program can be designed, executed and monitored through this online program.
The occupational therapy section describes goals to be achieved by children age 3 to 12 years. The goals define achievements in the areas of gross/fine motor development, hyperactivity with sensory responsiveness, it also defines areas like activities of daily living and speech.
This section defines speech development based on common skills like prelinguistic, linguistic paralanguage etc. A therapist based on the areas of underachievement can set goals, to be worked with the child in the upcoming sessions.
While behavioural issues are very common for children, this section provides with a structured methodology based on the cognitive model developed by Aaron Beck. It allows for therapist to define the difficulties, conceptualise them and design specific cognitive techniques for the same. It allows the counselor to structure follow ups and define outcomes of therapy.
Academic and behavioural difficulties are common in children having chronic medical, neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions. An understanding of the same and the prescribed therapy is of relevance for therapists managing children with special needs.