Speech therapy targets receptive and expressive languages in the oral and written form, in addition to targeting social communication.
Psychomotor therapy enhances fine and gross motor skills in addition to learning prerequisites such as attention, planning, problem-solving, and memory.
Psychotherapy helps children better understand their feelings and equips them to cope with difficult situations.
Special education sessions expand the child’s learning capacity by providing techniques that give children with learning differences the tools they need to unlock their learning potential.
Life and social skills sessions stimulate the child’s awareness in addition to enhancing their social skills to interact better with their community.
A psychiatrist diagnoses and treats difficulties related to mood, cognition, behavior, and perception.