Specialized Services

The therapeutic care plan for each child is based on his/her evaluation, which is created and discussed with parents.  Evaluation creates the basis of a therapeutic care plan therefore a child can only start receiving therapy services at LRC after having had a comprehensive evaluation.  LRC may accept an evaluation of the child by an outside specialist if it is up to date and its report appropriately includes:

-         A statement about why the child was referred for evaluation;

-         Background information about the child’s developmental, social, and family  history;

-         A list of the tests performed and the records reviewed;

-         A summary of test results or scores;

-         An explanation of what the test results mean;

-         A summary or conclusion section.

 

After the evaluation process, the child could be referred to specialized services or consultation in one or more areas at the LRC.  We provide specialized therapies and interventions by qualified and experienced specialists. Parental guidance and parental consultation are offered in order to facilitate learning and development at home. Our therapy services include:

 

Neuro-developmental Services

Serve children, from infancy through early childhood, who show developmental delays and disorders that affect the child's performance in daily life activities. Following the assessment of behavior and developmental skills, the child's profile is determined and therapy is offered in individual or group sessions, accompanied by parental training and support.

 

Speech & Language Services

Address communication difficulties in speech, language, voice or fluency, in addition to oro-motor and pragmatic skills (English & Arabic). Therapy is provided in small group or individual sessions.

 

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)/Verbal Behavior Services

Helps the child develop his skills (e.g. language and communication skills) and reach his maximum learning potentials by finding out the function of his/her problem/disruptive behavior. Parents could be their own child therapist by learning how to apply the techniques of ABA and generalize it in his/her natural environment. 

 

Sensory Motor Services

-         Occupational Therapy: Addresses difficulty with fine/ gross motor coordination, balance, strength and sensory needs.

-         Physiotherapy: Addresses difficulty with gross motor coordination, balance, and strength.

-         Sensory Integration: Addresses difficulties with Sensory Processing needs 

-         Vision Therapy: Following a consultation by a visiting Ophthalmologist/ Behavioral Optometrist, demonstrations and follow-up sessions for children could be offered.

 

Multidisciplinary Services for Zero to 3 YO

Offer small group and individual sessions, and parent training, in addition to supported structured integration in local nurseries.  This program is for children (0-3) who have needs in various developmental areas and benefit from an intensive program.

 

Educational Support Services 

Provide targeted, instructional support to students who attend mainstream schools, but are struggling to keep up at school due to identified challenges to their development or their learning.  Areas addressed may include pre-academic skills, reading, math, written and second language support and study skills.

 

Counseling Services

Counseling Services are offered for children, adolescents, or parents to address concerns social, emotional, or behavior development. Counseling may include play therapy, social skills groups, and other specialized formats. 

 

Family & Child Support  Speech & Language  Sensory & Motor  Counseling and Behavior Management  Educational Support Services  Applied Behaviour Analysis  Neuro-developmental Services  Multidisciplinary Services 
 

Tip of the week

Take Time to Teach

5-2-2017

Taking time to train toddlers on "grown up" tasks builds their sense of independence, says Amy McCready, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions. "Identify one new task per week that your child could do with some training. Divide the task into steps and train the child on how to do it -- then make it 'his job.' These tasks may seem simple to us, but they help our kids develop a sense of confidence." For example, younger toddlers can learn how to clean up their play area and put dirty clothes in the hamper, while older kids can help clear the dinner table and make their beds.

Event Calendar

 
 

Intensive Learning Coach Course

​The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is glad to announce that registration is currently open for the "Intensive Learning Coach Course", which will run from April 3th, 2017 to May 25th, 2017 at the LRC premises in New Maadi.

 

 

 

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