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Early Intervention Program
Speech & Language Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Physiotherapy, Dyspraxia
Behavioral Therapy
Massage Therapy

Speech & Language Therapy

Builds skills using focused drill, parent training & home practice.  Age-appropriate play, songs, games & activities are used to motivate & teach children, especially when they are young.  Most children have so much fun, they don’t even realize that they are learning essential skills. Parents are encouraged to work with & collaborate with our Therapists. We strongly believe that an open line of communication & transparency is crucial to successful outcomes. Speech & Language Therapy supports the domains of speech & language mentioned below and aims to improve.....


Domains of Language:           

  1. Sounds         

  2. Speaking         

  3. ]Listening         

  4. Reading 


Domains of Speech:     

  1. Articulation / Pronunciation / Phonics     

  2. Fluency     

  3. Voice & Tone     

  4. Swallowing / Oral Feeding         



  1. Early Language Program (It Takes Two to Talk, More Than Words)   

  2. Watch-Listen-Think-Say-Do

  3. Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)   

  4. Structured Teaching   

  5. Language Modelling 

  6. Language Teaching Sequence  

  7. Pragmatic Social Communication Skills

Occupational Therapy

Uses activities (occupations) with specific goals to help people of all ages to participate in activities of everyday living.  These include & are not limited to self-care, leisure, school learning & work. It is believed that participation in meaningful activities and roles essential to the individual helps to maintain or enhance our health and well being.  We work with your child to develop & improve their skills for better participation in everyday life activities.



  1. Gross motor skills e.g. postural control, balance, motor coordination, etc.

  2. Fine motor skills e.g. grasping, arm strength & stability, hand dominance, bilateral hand

  3. coordination, handwriting, scissoring, etc. 

  4. Play skills e.g. sensorimotor play, pretend play, etc. 

  5. Sensory processing skills e.g. arousal & attention levels, sensitivity to touch, movement, auditory stimuli, etc.

  6. Self-care skills e.g. self-feeding, dressing, etc.




Various age-appropriate intervention techniques which include:

  1. Sensory Integration Therapy   

  2. Neuro-developmental Training    

  3. Floor-time Approach

  4. Applied Behavioral Analysis Approach    

  5. Fine & Visual Motor Skills Training     

  6. Play Skills Training

  7. Visual Perceptual Skills Training    

  8. Parents as Partners & Facilitators in management of the children​​

  9. Learn to coordinate the various parts of their body as well as to achieve motor planning & motor sequencing abilities​

  10. Learn to explore the sensory components of their environment & achieve sensory processing skills.

  11. Regulation of their emotions and be able to execute strategies that help them adapt better to environmental changes

  12. Learn to interact and initiate interaction as well as achieve group cohesiveness & engagement​

Physiotherapy ・ Dyspraxia

For toddlers & children  with a variety of developmental, orthopaedic, ,congenital & acquired disorders such as cerebral palsy, downs syndrome,etc.  Treatment is aimed at improving independent mobility, strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, endurance, gross & fine motor skills, cognition & motor planning. 



  1. Strength, Balance, Coordination

  2. Flexibility, Endurance, Independent Mobility,

  3. Gross & Fine Motor Skills

  4. Cognition & Motor Planning




Various age-appropriate intervention techniques which include:

  1. Movements & exercises to increase muscle strength and control so that the child is able to shift their body weight & balance better

  2. Muscle stretching to lengthen and loosen muscles, increasing range of movement & flexing muscles & joints

  3. Activities to improve head & body control e.g. supporting the child in sitting & standing to develop weight shifting, rotation, coordination & balance. Mirror imaging is often used to increase their awareness of where their limbs are in space (proprioception)

  4. Core strengthening is addressed by ensuring optimal postural alignment in all positions & creating strength & awareness of the muscle activation needed to achieve & maintain that alignment

  5. Movements & exercises to increase mobility & their success of learning to balance, walk & run based around everyday activities

  6. Movements & exercises for the hand to improve grasping objects & writing

  7. Advice about supportive devices or adaptive equipment if necessary.

Behavioral Therapy

Uses a multi-system approach for children that involves intervention in multiple settings including family, schools, outdoors & peer environments. 



  1. A child's undesired & negative behavior

  2. Effectively expressing themselves & communicating their wants & needs 

  3. Deficits in language and interaction with others

  4. Behavior excesses e.g. tantrums, crying

  5. Behavior deficits e.g. eye contact

  6. Maximize a child's desire to play, socialize, get along and form meaning relationships with peers in a group play setting




Various age-appropriate intervention techniques which include:

  1. Family training teaches family members effective ways to respond to children's negative behavior by using positive reinforcement for desirable behavior

  2. Positive reinforcement of a desired behavior in increments from small to more complex behaviors through various cognitive-behavioral techniques

  3. Movements and exercises that enhance brain functions so as to enable positive behavioral


Massage Therapy ; Qigong Sensory Treatment

Is a proven, touch-based autism treatment for children that parents can perform for 15 minutes each day for up to two years to normalize sensory issues and reduce or eliminate symptoms of autism. Results are apparent after as few as 30 days of treatment. QST massage for autism is unique among autism treatments because it grants children access to normal development, helps them feel comfortable and connected to others, and improves lifetime outcomes. 



  1. Sensory and touch problems

  2. Autistic behavior

  3. Social skills

  4. Receptive language

  5. Bonding and social development

  6. Parenting stress




Intervention techniques include:

  1. Family training teaches family members how to massage the child at home

  2. Tapping and rubbing massaging techniques from head to toe

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