The therapeutic use of work , self – care, and play activities to increase development and prevent disability. It may include adaptation of task or environment  to achieve maximum independence and to enhance the quality of life.

Occupational Therapist uses a wide varities of approaches such as Sensory Integration FOR, Sensory Procession FOR, Cognitive & Perceptual FOR, Neuro Developmental FOR, Biomechanical & Ergonomic FOR , Rehabilitation Frame Of  Reference , etc.

Occupational therapy helps to  enhance child’s functional capacities in several areas like ADL,Reading ,Writing, Communication,Prevocation- Vocational skills etc.

Occupational Therapy will help to enhance your child’s cognitive perceptual functions, motor control and motor planning, attention, life skills (ADL), Academic skills (reading & writing). Consult with an Occupational therapist before you start any training for your child. An occupational therapist will find out the core problems which create obstacles to become independent in functional life for your child.

We provide Occupational Therapy for developing…

  1. Attention & Focus
  2. Gross Motor & Fine Motor Function
  3. Sensory Integration Abilities
  4. Activity Tolerance
  5. Communication
  6. Reading & Writing
  7. Cognitive & Perceptual Functions
  8. Activity in Daily Life (ADL) e.g. Feeding, Toileting, Dressing, Showering, Grooming.
  9. Community Outing and many more…

Physiotherapy is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialty that remediates impairments and promotes mobility, function, and quality of life through examination, diagnosis and intervention.


There are a number of treatment methods that physiotherapist use to help children and adult .Some of this method include :

  • Teaching and practice of functional developmental , motor and mobility skills
  • Therapeutic exercise for strengthening , endurance and joint mobility
  • Balance and coordination activities
  • Support for recreation , play and leisure
  • Electro therapy ( UST , IFT , Traction stc )

Speech therapy focuses on receptive language, or the ability to understand words spoken to you, and expressive language, or the ability to use words to express yourself. It also deals with the mechanics of producing words, such as articulation, pitch, fluency, and volume. Adults may need speech therapy after a stroke or traumatic accident that changes their ability to use language; for children, it generally involves pursuing milestones that have been delayed. Some children only need help with language, others have the most problems with the mechanics of speech, and some need every kind of speech help there is.


We Provide :

  • Attention & listening approach
  • Colourful semantics
  • Core vocabulary approach
  • Intensive interaction
  • Picture exchange communication system ( PECS )
  • See and learn
  • Psycholingutistic framework
  • Symbolic development
  • Augmentative & alternative communication
  • Incidental teaching
  • Social communication programmes