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Physical Therapy

Through physical therapy, children who are born with or miss a milestone secondary to a certain ailment, are helped to recover following the right physical development chart, using different exercises and assistive devices; walkers, sanding frames, wall bars, walking frames, corner seats wedges, aiming at improving movement and general physical independence of the child.
A form of allied health profession that uses either heat treatment, massage, or exercise to manage injury, disease or deformity among children, to prevent disability reoccurrence, as well as catchup for missed physical milestones. Such restoration can start as early as six months when visible milestones such as neck control, proper posture in the spine haven’t been realized or any form of abnormal physical functionality in the child. Children with Spinabifida, cerebral palsy, Autism spectrum disorder with tactile problems and many more benefit from physical therapy.

Other Services

Occupational/ Vocational Therapy
Speech, Language and Swallowing Therapy
Inclusive learning / Special needs education
Daycare services
Supported Living
Shared Living