DAY CARE CENTRE
We know people with autism live better lives when they’re engaged in their communities – learning, and having fun. We create programs, with community partners, to enrich the lives of young children and adults with autism, along with their families. The result is a more inclusive and joyous Lucknow.
It is best practice to begin autism services as soon as possible following a diagnosis.
At ISF, we understand the needs of special children. Our Specialized Services are designed to meet the unique needs of children and families severely affected by Autism Spectrum.
We offer the following services:
● ABA Program ● Behaviour Modification ● Speech & Language Therapy
● Core Development Program ● Play Therapy
Autistic people vary greatly in their support needs. The right kind of support, therefore, is imperative.
We, at ISF, have striven hard to ensure that every individual with Special Abilities gets proper care and attention. To this cause we now have a dedicated Residential Special School or Care Home. At our Residential Care Home, dedicated pediatric therapists treat each patient as a member of their own family and will do the same for you and your loved one. The therapies we provide are beneficial for children and adults with autism. We provide the following facilities here:
● Hygienic Environment ● Nutritious Food
● 24x7 Security ● Experienced in-house Therapists ● Qualified Care Givers
Shadow teachers are co-teachers or para-educators, who monitor and assist a specific child’s progress in class. In India, they are often assigned to children with special needs. They sit with the child in a regular classroom and make sure that the child is given social, educational and physical support in a classroom that outstrips them in all these categories.
This program will help understand the reasons for, preventative measures for and caregiving requirements for the many common manifestations as a result of living with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We will delve into dealing with challenging behaviours and communication barriers as a result of living with Autism, as well as the impact for your role of being an “Autism Care Specialist.”