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Our Programme

Our Services and Intervention Programmes

Our services include assessment, treatment and consultation in areas that enhance the performance and independence of children in their activities of daily living. The intervention programmes of our Centre aim to improve and/or support the development in the following areas:


  • Sensory processing (attention, postural motor control, organisation)
  • Gross, fine and oral motor skills
  • Handwriting
  • Oculomotor (eye movements) skills
  • Self care independence, e.g. eating, toileting, etc.
  • Organisation
  • Self regulation
  • Psychosocial well-being and social skills


Other than providing individual and group therapy programmes at our Centre, our therapists also provide classroom-based intervention, parent / caregiver education to ensure the children have an optimal learning environment to develop their skills and themselves.

Our Treatment Tools / Modalities

In our Centre, therapists use meaningful activities to enable the children to reach their full potential. Some of the treatment modalities we use include:


  • Sensory Integration Therapy
  • M.O.R.E. (Motor, Oral, Respiratory, Eyes) Model
  • Therapeutic Listening (auditory intervention)
  • Interactive Metronome
  • Bone Conduction
  • DIR / Floortime Model
  • Bobath Method / Neurodevelopmental Therapy
  • Conductive Education
  • Sensory-Motor and Developmental Skill Training
  • The Alert Program: How Does Your Engine Run?
  • Social Thinking
  • Group Dynamics
Our Children

Children who may benefit from our services include but not limited to those with:


  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
  • Developmental Dyspraxia
  • Dyslexia
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Motor impairment, such as Cerebral Palsy
  • Developmental Delay, such as Downs Syndrome