The Physical Therapy program helps a child achieve maximum independence by facilitation of gross motor skills through task-oriented training, exercises, developmental therapies, positioning, alignment and environmental adaptations. The physiotherapist who works one to one with the children will get to know them through play before commencing any formal therapy.
The Physical Therapy program helps a child achieve maximum independence by facilitation of gross motor skills through task-oriented training, exercises, developmental therapies, positioning, alignment, and environmental adaptations. The physiotherapist who works one to one with the children will get to know them through play before commencing any formal therapy.
Occupational therapy helps children live more independently with their unique needs through the therapeutic use of play, self-care, learning, and leisure activities. We aim to make the child as independent as possible in the skills he/she needs for everyday life through a one to one training program
Speech & Language Therapy provides treatment, support and cares for children who have difficulties with speech, language, or swallowing.In NIARC, our Speech therapists work with children ilndividually on programs such as Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), articulation programs and auditory-verbal therapy.
We also have group therapy sessions to promote interaction, communication, and social skills. These programs are individualized according to a child’s abilities and needs. The therapists work with parents to train them on how to encourage their children to communicate more. For children who require support with feeding or have swallowing difficulties, safe feeding strategies and swallowing techniques are also taught.
Our dedicated space for Audiology services consists of state of the art equipment to identify the extent of hearing impairment through investigations focusing on both peripheral and central processing.
Our therapy program address;
· Receptive and expressive language
· Hearing Impairment
· Augmentative and alternate communication (AAC)
·Language-based reading difficulties
· Oro-motor dysfunction
· Swallowing and feeding disorders
· Therapeutic listening
·Central auditory processing disorders
·Standardized developmental testing
Clinical child psychology is a specialty that develops and applies scientific knowledge to the delivery of psychological services to infants, toddlers, children and adolescents within their social context.
In NIARC, our Psychologists deal with the children displaying a variety of psychological, behavioural, developmental, academic, family, peer and health-related difficulties in a variety of settings. They work with the children on one on one session, identifies the problems of the child, makes diagnostic formulations, and finalise the appropriate therapeutic strategies for the child by formulating the short term and long term goals. The therapist with the help of the caregiver carries out various principles of psychotherapy to the child, and homework assignments are given for the better recovery of the child.
Our Psychotherapy Program includes:
· Clinical Interview
· Psychological Assessments – IQ , Learning disability, Socio-adaptive functioning, Development, Autism, ADHD, Behavioural
· Diagnostic Formulation
· Functional Behaviour Analysis
· Applied Behaviour Analysis
· Behavioural Therapy
· Attention Enhancement Strategies
· Behaviour Modification
· Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
· Relaxation Training
· Parental Counselling/Guidance
· Family Counselling
In NIARC, our Special educators work with students who have a wide range of learning, mental, emotional, and physical disabilities. They provide a continuum of services, in which students with special needs receives varying degrees of support based on their individual needs. They adapt general education lessons and teach various subjects, such as reading, writing, and maths. They also teach basic skills, such as activities of daily living, social skills and communication techniques.