DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE AUTISM ?

The image showcases autism symptoms, exemplifying one of the conditions we treat with care and expertise.

The best time for optimum results is before the child turns 6. That does not mean those ages from 6 will not treated. The older the child is the more intensive the intervention needs to be. It may take them a little longer to recover.

Evidence Based Treatment Includes: Speech Therapy, Behavioral Therapy Occupational Therapy, Music Therapy, Early Intervention Program (EIP) & regular multidisciplinary meetings together with a Child Psychiatrist or a Child Psychologist.

Wise Mind Educare – Child Development and Learning Center has a special highly intensive program for children with Autism. Do contact us, If what your child is getting now is insufficient, you can join our “Parents as Therapists” initiative.

DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE ADHD ?

ADHD is a neurological condition that manifests in children as impulsivity, hyperactivity, and inattention. Both learning and daily functioning may be impacted. Occasionally medicines are used during treatment. For treating symptoms and enhancing results, early diagnosis and support are crucial.

Providing a controlled and encouraging atmosphere is one of the components of behavioral treatments, as well as techniques to enhance time management, organization, and social skills. It may be necessary to take medications, such as stimulants or non-stimulants, to treat symptoms.

The image highlights ADHD symptoms, illustrating one of the various conditions we treat with specialized care.

DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE Dyslexia/Dysgraphia/Dyscalculia ?

In the three different images, we can observe children experiencing Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia, representing the diverse range of conditions we treat with expertise and compassion.

Dyslexia is a reading disorder characterised by problems with decoding, poor spelling, and accurate and fluent word recognition. Children with dyslexia may have trouble with phonological awareness and reading comprehension.

Dysgraphia is a writing problem in which young people struggle to write clearly and consistently. They could have trouble organizing their thoughts. Dysgraphia can have an impact on writing style and general communication abilities.

Dyscalculia: This term describes a problem in learning math. Children with dyscalculia may struggle to comprehend and manipulate numbers, learn arithmetic facts, and comprehend abstract mathematical ideas. They might have trouble with simple mathematical thinking, problem-solving, and arithmetic procedures.

DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE DOWN SYNDROME/FRAGILE X SYNDROME?

Early intervention: This addresses motor skills, communication, and social development by utilizing a variety of therapies, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.

Special education: Enrolling the child in educational programes designed specifically for them can enhance their academic and cognitive growth by taking into account their unique learning preferences and needs.

While there is no known treatment for Down syndrome, it’s vital to remember that early intervention and thorough care can significantly improve the quality of life.

In this image, a teacher patiently guides a child with Down syndrome in learning drawing, exemplifying one of the conditions we treat with utmost care and support.
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