What we believe
If you as a parent suspect that your baby has or is at the risk of delayed development in any of the following areas - physical, cognitive, communication/social/emotional development, you can help by catching it early. You don't have to wait for a diagnosis to begin facilitating the development of your child. If babies are stuck in their developmental phase or have not had exposure or opportunities to explore and learn, you can start off by helping them through structured facilitation and play. With intensive, timely and well designed intervention, children can overcome a wide range of developmental, behavioural and learning problems. This in turn improves the prospects and quality of life for the child and their family, resulting in greater freedom, productive and fulfilling lives. We work in partnership with you to ensure your child grows and develops to his/her full potential.
Resident Paediatric Occupational therapist, Aparna, has been a practising Occupational therapist since 2004. She has worked in hospitals, specialist and mainstream schools for children with specific learning difficulties, sensory processing issues and handwriting difficulties. She is an advocate for early intervention and enjoys working with babies /toddlers and their families. Her areas of expertise include Autistic Spectrum Disorders, global developmental delays, developmental motor coordination difficulties and sensory processing disorder. Her interests include feeding / oral motor difficulties and she has completed the sequential oral sensory (SOS) approach to feeding program. She employs innovative practices to help make a difference to the lives of the children and their families. Aparna is a qualified Occupational therapist with a Master's degree in Cognitive Neuropsychology from the Oxford Brookes University and is an advanced practitioner in Sensory integration. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.
Speech & Language Therapy
We work with various highly specialist independent SLTs; Speech and language therapy sessions will be organised as required.
An initial email or phone consultation is made to understand the parents’ concerns and the child's needs. If we think we can help you, parents are requested to fill out an initial in-depth questionnaire .The team then determines whether individual or joint assessment is the best way forward.
Detecting delays early and getting the early therapy services needed ensures that every child reaches their fullest potential.
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