We in Delhi Special School provide various therapy services to our students under the guidance of well trained therapists.
At Delhi Special School our Occupational Therapy helps children to learn the skills of living. Our experienced occupational therapists keep on arranging activities on regular intervals that a child needs to be able to do in daily life- from self-care, to handwriting, to zipping a zipper.
During our occupational therapy sessions, children do activities that help to learn the skills they need by breaking bigger tasks into smaller pieces.Once beginning therapy, you will notice our treatment motto first-hand- play is a child's work. We use lots of toys, bubbles, music, and fun activities to motivate children to reach their goals while playing.
Skills occupational therapy addresses include
- Fine motor skills
- Scissor skills
- Sensory processing
- Visual motor and visual perceptual skills
- Visual perceptual skills
- Life skills
At Delhi Special School, Physiotherapy can be used to maximise your child’s ability to move and control pain in the joints, muscles and bones. It also helps them to improve range of movement in order to promote health and well-being. Physiotherapy is non-invasive and our treatment course does not involve the use of medication.
At Delhi Special School there are a number of treatment methods that physical therapists use to help patients. Some of these methods 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
- Adaptation of daily care activities and routines
- Use of assistive technology
- Home activity recommendations
- Consultation with family, teachers, community agencies, and other service providers
Special children having these conditions can easily get benefit from our Physiotherapy :-
- Developmental delays
- Cerebral palsy
- Genetic disorders
- Orthopaedic disabilities
- Heart and lung conditions
- Birth defects (such as spina bifida)
- Limb deficiencies
- Muscle diseases
- Muscle coordination concerns