A Brilliant Blend of Evidence Based Therapeutic Programmes
At Helping Hands Special School, We offer an individualised specially designed portfolio of programmes that help children who are struggling with educational under-acheivement, learning difficulties, speech delays and coordination difficulties and motor immaturity to boost memory, concentration, learning, reading, speech and motor skills (movement). We help your child overcome developmental delays and expand their potentials.
Intensive Developmental Therapies
Struggling with developmental delays? We are dedicated to helping your child overcome developmental delays through our robust individualized curriculum of occupational therapy, physiotherapy, cognitive stimulating activities and early intervention programmes.
Special Education, 'Memory Boosting' Brain Training
Lets enhance your child's ability to concentrate, process, analyze and retrieve information faster through stimulating and sharpening their brains left and right hemispheres and neural pathways. Learning can be easier and faster! Overcome Poor Reading, Spelling, Comprehension and Low Grades? No more worries! . Watch your child improve dramatically!
Speech and Communication Therapy
We can hep your child develop speech, improve vocabulary, make conversations and pronounce words clearly. Lets accelerate your child's ability to communicate with you and others. Whether no speech or poor speech, we provide an intensive and effective speech therapy all the way.
Licenced and Rigorously Trained Professionals
All our IEPs are developed by a competent licensed professional and the center SEN coordinator is a licensed neurodevelopmental psychologist. to ensure programme quality and effectiveness, all programme facilitators are rigorously trained and supervised by licensed professionals.
Catching the Early Warning Signs of Autism
I once met a beautiful bubbly baby girl with dark curly hair and big brown eyes- lets call her Esther. Esther’s parents were very happy with her progress because so far she was developing really fast. She said her babbled what seemed like "mama" at twelve months old and stood for the first time a month later. Esther was the perfect baby any parent could have asked for, not until a week after her third birthday when Esther had stopped talking. She was no longer interested in being around her parents, her older brother or even her nanny.
As a mother, noticing that something may be different about your baby can be quite worrisome. If you are naturally a mother that worries, and which mother isn’t anyways, your mind may jump to different, scary ideas. You would start asking questions like; “is something wrong with my baby? Soon, you hear the word "autism"..then you begin to worry even more- Could my precious bundle have autism? Is he/she developmentally delayed? Is this normal? Do I need to worry or should I wait and watch, perhaps my baby will snap out of it or mature from learning from class mates?”
Click on the link below to read more on identifying those key warning signs of autism as early intervention is key in the effective treatment of autism
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