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Every individual has an occupation and even kids are not an exception. Their job is to grow, do schoolwork, continue learning new things and play. Some kids fail to develop essential life skills because of their physical, cognitive, and sensory difficulties. They often experience issues with sensory processing, fine or gross motor skills, visual-perceptual skills and other similar abilities. Occupational therapy is a healthcare practice that helps individuals of all ages who have some sort of cognitive, physical, or sensory problems. Occupational therapy also helps kids who struggle to learn basic life skills like bathing, brushing their teeth, self-feeding, getting dressed and other difficulties related to poor sensory integration. Occupational Therapy also works in developing fine motor skills among kids and improving their hand eye coordination. Occupational therapy helps in developing fine motor skills among children so that they can grab, hold, and release objects like toys, balls, etc. It also improves handwriting and computer operating skills among kids. It helps children to master essential life skills like brushing, eating, bathing and other activities of daily living. It improves eye-hand coordination among children so that they can easily copy text from the blackboard or computer screen, throw and catchobjects, and bat a ball.

  • Activities of daily living (ADL) training
  • Developmental assessment
  • High risk infant clinic
  • Gross motor training
  • Hand functions training
  • Fine motor training
  • Sensory integration therapy
  • Neuro developmental training
  • Balance training
  • Group therapy
  • Play therapy

Sensory integration therapy is essentially a form of occupational therapy, and it is generally offered by specially trained occupational therapists. Sensory integration refers to how people use the information provided by all the sensations coming from within the body and from the external environment. We usually think of the senses as separate channels of information, but they actually work together to give us a reliable picture of the world and our place in it. Our senses integrate to form a complete understanding of who we are, where we are, and what is happening around us. Because your brain uses information about sights, sounds, textures, smells, tastes, and movements in an organized way, you assign meaning to your sensory experiences, and you know how to respond and behave accordingly. The main areas include:

  • Tactile
  • Vestibular
  • Proprioception
  • Visual
  • Olfactory
  • Auditory
  • Gustatory
  • Motor planning

Sensory Integration


Sensory Integration Therapy




Speech therapy is a language intervention method that focuses on improving a child’s speech, their ability to discern speech and overcome problems like poor articulation, disfluency (repetition of a sound, word, or phrase), and phonological and voice disorders. It helps a child express themselves better through verbal and non-verbal language.

  • Assessment
  • Audiometry
  • Audio training
  • Development of communication skills
  • Oro-motor training

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy frequently applied to children with autism and other developmental disorders that focuses on imparting skills in specific domains of functioning, such as social skills, communication, academic and learning skills, motor dexterity, hygiene and grooming, and more. As per the individual needs, ABA is delivered in a variety of settings, including school, home, clinic, and other community settings. The goal of treatment is to help children function as independently and successfully as possible.
A trained behaviour analyst assesses a person’s needs and ability level and designs a program of therapy with specific treatment goals typically focused on several skill areas. These include:

  • communication
  • social skills
  • self-care
  • play and leisure
  • motor skills
  • learning and academic skills

ABA therapists deploy a variety of techniques depending on the individual’s treatment needs and the target behaviour. Among them: Discrete trial training (DTT), Modeling, Picture exchange communication system (PECS) and Reinforcement systems.

Applied Behavior Analysis






Special education is the practice of educating students in a way that accommodates their individual differences, disabilities, and special needs. This involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, and accessible settings. These interventions are designed to help individuals with special needs achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and in their community. Special education aims to provide accommodated education for differently abled students such as learning disabilities, learning difficulties (such as dyslexia and ADHD), communication disorders, emotional and behavioral disorders, physical disabilities, developmental disabilities and other disabilities.

  • Special education
  • Remedial education
  • Cultural activities
  • Social skills training
  • Co-curricular activities
  • NIOS
  • Music
  • Sports

Vocational Skill Training is designed to prepare students for life beyond the classroom setting. The teaching of vocational skills is intended to set up the student for success after secondary education. Through vocational skills training, students will learn how to prepare for a job, find a job, apply for a job and excel at a job. From as early as elementary school, a special needs student is preparing for future employment by learning pre-vocational skills which helps in the empowerment of children with special need. Empowering the child helps them to

  • Create awareness of their own strengths.
  • Take control of their present circumstances, simultaneously achieving goals in their daily life.
  • Help them intensify their contribution.
  • Promote a sense of well-being

We use vocational profiles, generic scale assessment, work behaviour assessment and job analysis for training and evaluation.




Child Guidance Clinic


Child guidance clinics are specialised clinics that deal with children exhibiting a range of behaviours and learning difficulties. A child guidance clinic is one of the medicos social amenities where we focus on children for their overall development. The child’s physical, behavioural, and emotional functioning and the environment to which he is exposed at home and school should be taken care of. All this is possible through interaction with and counselling of the child and his family by a healthcare team. We also provide counselling, guidance and information to parents regarding care and the parenting of children
Our objective is to manage children with

  • Learning difficulties
  • Emotional difficulties
  • Adjustment difficulties
  • Developmental difficulties
  • Intellectual deficits
  • Behavioural difficulties

The management of the child is carried out not by one person but by a team of healthcare professionals which includes a Child Psychologist, an occupational therapist Special Educators, A Speech Therapist and an ABA therapist.

Human Resource Development (HRD) program is actually one of the most significant opportunities that employees, students, parents and other professionals look for when they are considering taking a new position. It helps them to feel that their organization is invested in them, which creates a more loyal workforce and also makes them more accepting of change when they’re exposed to new skills, information and practices on a regular basis.
HRD refers to employee training, career development, performance development, mentoring, coaching, tuition assistance and other activities that are related to developing a workforce. HRD is considered the key to higher productivity and better productivity because it helps employees develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes an employer wants in its workforce. It can also increase job satisfaction for employees and open lines of communication among team members.

We practice for HRD

  • Have a facilitator meet with employees monthly
  • Manageable amounts of information
  • Consistent feedback
  • Keep learning styles in mind
  • Use positive reinforcement

Human Resource Development

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