Developmental Disorder

We also work with children with following difficulties:

  • Slow Learners
  • Downs Syndrome
  • Hearing Impairment 

The interventions provided to the children with developmental disorders can be a mix of the following depending upon the requirements of each child:

Individual Special Education: Individual Special Education is provided to the children which includes making monthly goal plans and individually teaching each child various pre-academic basic/ Academic concepts which are modified to help our children to learn the concepts better. The session would include the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, accessible settings, and other interventions designed to help achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and community than would be available if the student were given access to a typical classroom education. The special education program is customized to address each child's unique needs. 


Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration: It is an important part of the intervention program which caters to stimulation of individual’s sensory needs. It provides multi sensory therapy for tactile, visual, auditory, proprioceptive and vestibular sensations.

 The occupational therapy sessions are provided on one-on-one basis and the areas of work constitute:

  • Sensory integration 
  • Muscle tone and strength 
  • Gross motor 
  • Fine motor 
  • Visual perceptual 
  • Visual motor integration 
  • Motor planning 
  • Self care skills and ADL 
  • Play skills 

Speech and Language Therapy : It is provided to the children to develop the communication skills. Individual speech therapy is provided to the children in a one on one setup and in language Therapy class all the children sit together and learn to communicate with each other. The program aims to improve useful and functional communication based on child’s skills and decide which method would best suit the child’s ability and need.