Facilities: Pediatric Neuro-Rehabilitation Centre

Paediatric Rehabilitation Centre provides comprehensive rehabilitation Care to children suffering from range of Neurological difficulties. Our services include Paediatric Neurologist, Occupational/developmental therapist, Clinical Psychologist, Speech Therapist, Paediatric physiotherapist, Dietician.

Physiotherapy

Our physiotherapists specialize in the assessment and treatment of babies, children and young people with movement difficulties.

We Treat
Neurological conditions
e.g. cerebral palsy, head injuries, coordination difficulties
Neuromuscular disorders
e.g. muscular dystrophies, GBS
Congenital disorders
e.g. spina bifida, limb deficiencies
Delayed movement development.
Congenital syndromes
e.g. down's syndrome
    The main aims of the Paediatric Physiotherapy Service are:
  • Enable children and young people to reach their optimum physical potential
  • Maximise function and independence
  • Reduce the risk of developing contractures and deformity
  • Improve quality of life.
Occupational Therapy/Developmental therapy

We provide assessment and therapy for children who are experiencing difficulties in their development
Developmental Delay, Learning Difficulties
Social communication disorder (autistic spectrum disorder)
Behavioural disorder clinic including ADHD
Genetic Conditions/Syndromes
Developmental Co-ordination Disorder/Dyspraxia
Problems with Play and social interaction, Self-care e.g. eating, dressing, bathing and toileting
Fine motor skills and use of upper limbs

Speech Therapy

We assess and manage disorders of swallowing, eating and drinking and communication in infants and children

We Treat Children who are:
Late to talk
Have speech that is difficult to understand
Have difficulty in putting words together and talking in sentences
Find it difficult to listen and pay attention
Have a stammer
Problems with sucking and swallowing
Paediatric Psychology

I.Q assessment
Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia
Children's behavioural problems (e.g., tantrums, aggression, toileting, sleeping issues etc.)
Anxiety and fears in children and adolescents (e.g., phobias, excessive worry, separation issues etc)
Depression
Adjustment issues (e.g., coping difficulties to a family/major life event) Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia

Paediatric nutrition and Diet Clinic

Obesity, poor weight gain
Fussy eaters and behavioral problems around eating
Weaning advice, Food intolerances
Food advice in Children with Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay

ABA Therapy for Autism

For Children with Autsim and related Bahavioural we run ABA clinic in association with Dew Drops, Gurgaon.

Applied Behavioural Analysis or ABA is the treatment approach for Autism and related developmental disorders that is currently used widely worldwide. ABA is considered an evidence-based “best” practice treatment.Children with Autism who are in ABA programs do indeed learn many of the skills on which they are trained.

ABA therapy is used to increase language and communication skills. It is also used to improve attention, focus, social skills, memory, and academics. ABA can be used to help decrease problem behaviours.

ABA focuses on behaviours, it includes many different techniques. All of these techniques focus on antecedents (what happens before a behaviour occurs) and on consequences (what happens after the behaviour). Applied behaviour analysis (ABA) is the use of these techniques and principles to bring about meaningful and positive change in behaviour

A detailed curriculum is designed for each child to cover areas such as expressive and receptive language skills, pre-academics and self-help skills. These skills are then broken down into component steps and ‘discrete trials’ performed (i.e. same task is repeated over and over) until the child learns each component and eventually the full sequence. Due to its intensive nature, ABA is performed one -on -one and usually continued at home.

In particular, ABA principles and techniques can foster basic skills such as looking, listening and imitating, as well as complex skills such as reading, conversing and understanding another person’s perspective.