Child psychologists observe how a child interacts with their parents, and the outside world, to understand their mental development. They can help identify normal and abnormal behaviour in children and suggest ways for you to communicate with your child more effectively and help him or her progress and thrive.
Applied Behaviour Analysis(ABA) is using behavioural methods to modify certain behaviours that are seen as being important socially or personally. Treatments are developed as a way to alter the relationship between those overt behaviours and their consequences. Shaping and graded task assignments are used when behaviour that needs to be learned is complex.
Speech therapy builds confidence in your children. It helps them express their thoughts and feelings and frees them from the stress of not being able to communicate with others around them. The exchange of ideas is an important part of development, and speech therapy enables your child to participate in group activities.
Occupational therapy helps children with mental and physical disbilities cope with and improve their abilities to perform daily tasks, look after themselves better and become more self- reliant. This helps them at home and in school and later at work and socially.