By 8 months, a baby’s brain has 1,000 trillion nerve connections. By the age of ten, that number reduces to just 500 trillion, or even less, depending on the amount of stimulation provided. Hence, any kind of suspected delay needs to be worked on as early as possible before the available nerve connections integrate. The immature nervous system provides a fertile base for the therapies to work most effectively.
Early Intervention Services (EIS) is the recommended protocol worldwide to reduce, minimize the effect of an impending delay/disorder. It focusses on targeting the early years of children in a play school set up, providing them appropriate therapies in the school timing itself, giving the child freedom to play and enjoy. The curriculum is specialized amalgamation of Multi-Sensory Approach and Montessori Method. It is entirely child centred, activity and play based methodology.
Kids with speech delay/difficulty sitting at one place/ difficulty understanding commands / excessive tantrums or aggression and development delay are ideal candidates for this service.
We use a combination of traditional preschool favorite activities such as Art, Music, Dance and Multimedia programs with scientific therapy protocols. The focus is that every child should be able to make a smooth transition from being a pre-schooler to a school-going student to a grown-up individual.
An Individualized Education Plan is developed for each child which is unique to his or her requirements. The whole team assesses the child to develop the IEP and works hard to achieve the goals.
Monthly outings to kid’s favorite places providing them learning, enjoyment and a sense of fulfillment are a feature of the EIS.
For children with social skills challenges, many social situations can be frustrating and difficult. They may misinterpret social cues and mistake others’ emotions. Other children may have limited skills for dealing with teasing and bullies. Limited social opportunities can leave some children feeling isolated, without the skills to make and maintain friendships.
Social skills groups provide the opportunity to teach children specific skills within a group of their peers. Social skills are practiced during the sessions and children receive feedback to improve their abilities.
Social skills groups are also fun! Children and teens enjoy belonging to a group of peers, sharing experiences, and playing games.
These are fun filled, therapeutic group sessions conducted by multidisciplinary therapists involving activities such as role-play, audio-visual social stories, discussions, games and art and craft activities targeted specifically to develop sociology-emotional skills.
They are conducted for 90 min every Saturday or more during holidays in two categories:
The juniors: 3-6 Years: The Ice Breakers
The seniors: 7-10 Years: Fair, Share and be there!!!