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Speech and language therapy

The speech and language therapy improves the child’s understanding and use of speech and language (CDC, 2022). It makes it easier for kids with special needs to interact with others. This form of therapy may be for either verbal skills or nonverbal communication.

The verbal treatment approach enhances the child's spoken or verbal abilities, including word and phrase usage, accurate naming of persons and objects in the environment, and the ability to articulate feelings and emotions.

The non-verbal communication treatment, on the other hand, teaches the non-verbal child to communicate through images, signals, and using body parts like the hands and eyes.

The non-verbal communication treatment, on the other hand, teaches the non-verbal child to communicate through images, signals, and using body parts like the hands and eyes.

Educational interventions or approach

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the majority of educational interventions occur in the classroom. It involves inclusive education for all, in which students with special needs are also taught in classroom settings to enhance not only their academic but also their social abilities. Educational interventions involve general education instructors, special education teachers, and/or shadow teachers who instruct students in less restricted situations.

Occupational therapy

Occupational therapy seeks to teach the ND children to perform tasks independently while maximising their strengths and interests. This care teaches the child to dress and undress, eat, bath and interact with others more effectively.

Behavioural interventions

Behavioural interventions strengthen behaviours that are considered ‘acceptable’ in society and reduce ‘unacceptable’ behavior. Often, behavioural intervention is based on the Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). ABA helps to track and measure progress in terms of encouraging desired behaviours and discouraging undesired behaviours. ABA comes in different forms. These are Positive Behavioural and Support (PBS); Pivotal Response Training (PRT); Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention (EIBI) and Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT).

Pharmacological interventions

There are no specific medicines to treat neuro-developmental orders. However, there are medications which could help to deal with some symptoms. (CDC, 2022). There are medications which can help manage medical conditions such as seizures, sleep problems, or stomach or other gastrointestinal problems. It is very important for parents to speak to their doctors regarding the best medication for their ward. You would also have to track the medication that is best for your child. The best approach is to start with very small doses and build your way up to a full dose. And to do one medication for a few days to see if there will be a reaction before adding on. If there is a negative reaction, please discontinue and consult your doctor.

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

This therapy focuses on examining the connections between the feelings, emotions, thoughts and behaviours of the child. This is a very helpful approach which helps ND children learn how to cope with social situations and recognise their emotions better.

Nemecheck Protocol

The Nemechek Protocol medical consultation and treatment services aim to help with recovery and reversal of Autonomic Dysfunction by rehabilitating the brain and body to address the underlying causes.This is not simply a way to alleviate symptoms but a top-down approach that understands the way the body is supposed to function and restores the body to equilibrium, thereby ending symptoms, reversing illnesses, and optimising health. Medications, if any, are short-term and used to stabilize core function until they are no longer necessary.

Our Facilitator

We offer direction, guidance and hope on the path to a healthy happy life by providing families with a guide to carefully selected interventions that have worked for many. Most families loose hope when their loved ones get an ND diagnosis. Indeed there is no known cure yet but there really is hope. With the right interventions and support, most people with neuro disabilities can live a full happy life. Talk to your doctor to help you choose the best approach for your child.