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All therapeutic techniques and approaches are explained to parents at Crafting Lives. Crafting Lives experts suggest which approach/approaches will benefit their child the most.
It depends on the child and the severity of the child's condition. It can vary from 6 months to several years. Every child is different, and therefore the length of therapy is different for each child.
No, parents are not allowed to sit inside during therapy sessions. They can see their child on CCTV at the waiting area. Also, they are kept informed of activities through session videos and IEPs.
Every child is different and responds differently to intervention. If goals are not met in given time, we try to modify goals, and identify factors responsible for the delay. It might be non stimulating home environment, strong behaviour tantrums of child or general complexity of the goal itself.
The following are the main signs that therapy will benefit young children :
- Out of the ordinary behavioral issues
- Sudden changes in mood or behavior
- If the child seems to struggle with any changes in the environment and cannot easily cope or adapt.
You can opt for selective services. You need not opt for all the services that Crafting Lives offers.
Yes, we guide parents so that they can exercise with their child at home. The child recovers faster if the parents understand the therapy methods and follow the program at home.
You can call on the numbers mentioned in Crafting lives website – +91-9891008889 | +91-9136304050 or else you can submit Book a consultations forms mentioned in the website with which our member will contact with us shortly book your appointment as per your schedule.
We offer different therapy like Speech & Language Therapy, Autism Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Group Therapy, Learning Disorder Therapy, Behaviour Related Therapy, Special Education Therapy and Sensory Integration Therapy.
If a person has trouble understanding others (receptive language) or fully sharing thoughts, ideas, and feelings (expressive language), it means he or she has a language disorder.
If a person cannot pronounce speech sounds correctly or fluently, or has problems with their voice, then he or she has a speech impediment.