Concepts Abound! (Language) These weekly sessions run by our Speech Language Therapists aim to keep our young ones stimulated and thinking! Designed for children from ages 5 to 6, the class provides excellent preparatory foundations for those entering formal schooling.
Concepts Abound! (Numeracy) Is your child ready for Math in school? Weekly preparatory math sessions are run by our Educational Therapists for children from ages 5 to 6 and entering formal schooling.
Math Essentials (For children aged 9 to 12) Poor math can be caused by under-developed knowledge of math fundamentals. These abilities are often influenced by weak planning and inadequate conceptual knowledge of quantity, space and time. Sometimes, impulsivity and lack of attention to details can play a part.
INCREDIBLE FLEXIBLE YOU PROGRAMME Social thinking is greater than social skills. It drives what we think about others, and ourselves in every social interaction we engage in. These skills typically begin to develop in the preschool years but continue to grow throughout the life span. The Incredible Flexible You programme introduces the foundation social thinking concepts that we use to understand the social world, and also stimulates social thinking problem solving in those children who have emerging skills.
THE FOCUS PROGRAMME Programme for concentration, planning and organisation skills essential for academic success The Feuerstein method, invented by Professor Reuven Feuerstein is specially created to help increase cognitive functions through Mediation. Mediation is the polar opposite of computer assisted learning possess the core key value of real and enhanced re-wiring of the brain. A mediated approach places the Cognition Therapist as key to effective treatment. A skilled Cognition Therapist mediates the child by asking targeted questions that facilitate learning, triggering thoughts and shaping thinking skills.
FLUENCY FORWARD Conducted by our Speech Language Pathologist, the programme is for those who are aged 7 to 14 years, who are encountering dysfluencies and stuttering.
LEARN TO PLAY ™ Social Group There are many ways to describe pretend play. Essentially pretend play occurs when children imagine something. That is, they impose a meaning on what they are doing that is beyond what can be seen. For example, they might be feeding a teddy bear but the teddy bear in sick and needs a doctor or they might be pushing a truck in the sand pit but the truck gets a fat tire and runs out of petrol.
JOB COACH PROGRAMME Developed for individuals aged 16 years old and above, this program aims to assist them in preparing for transition from school to the work environment. Its goal is to equip these teens and young adults with not only job knowledge and work skills, but also the appropriate attitude and disposition that are necessary in the workplace.