Our teaching approach focuses on what the child needs. Using numerous education therapies and teaching methods, both individual and group, we keep the child’s need at the center of all the work we do.
A child with special needs generally has language, communication, social, and cognitive skill challenges. Due to these factors, they learn better with visual aids, imitation, and structured environments that accommodate their sensory sensitivities and routines.
Our term begins with a baseline assessment and a goal-setting process, which forms the basis of a customized program created for the child. This program covers all areas of intervention, including a home-program for parents to follow through.