- OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY the interaction between the practitioner and the child. The evaluation process includes referral, screening, developing an occupational profile, and analyzing occupational performance. The intervention process includes intervention planning, implementation, and review.
The Customised Child Specific Plan is designed by the Therapist, the following areas are being considered before planning and designing an Occupational Plan
- Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
- Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs)
- Sleep and rest.
- Social participation.
- PHYSIOTHERAPY assists people with different abilities to restore, maintain and maximize their strength, function, movement, and overall well-being.
At Nidaan the team of Physiotherapists have in-depth knowledge of how the body works and specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose, and treat symptoms of illness, injury and disability. Physiotherapy includes rehabilitation, as well as prevention of injury, and promotion of health and fitness. Physiotherapists often work in teams with other health professionals at Centre to help meet an individual’s health care needs.
Physiotherapy helps to …
- become stronger and more flexible
- increase freedom of movement and mobility
- breathe easier
- reduce pain
- stay active
- prevent injury
SPEECH LANGUAGE THERAPY
Speech-language therapy is the treatment for most kids with speech and/or language disorders.
1)Speech Disorders are:
- Articulation disorders: These are problems with making sounds in syllables, or saying words incorrectly to the point that listeners can’t understand what’s being said.
- Fluency disorders: These include problems such as stuttering, in which the flow of speech is interrupted by unusual stops, partial-word repetitions (“b-b-boy”), or prolonging sounds and syllables (sssssnake).
- Resonance or voice disorders: These are problems with the pitch, volume, or quality of the voice that distract listeners from what’s being said. These types of disorders may also cause pain or discomfort for a child when speaking.
2) Language Disorders are:
- Receptive disorders are problems with understanding or processing language.
- Expressive disorders are problems with putting words together, having a limited vocabulary, or being unable to use language in a socially appropriate way.
- · Cognitive-communication disorders are problems with communication skills that involve memory, attention, perception, organization, regulation, and problem solving.