Small wonders centre for child development is a multi-disciplinary intervention clinic and autism centre for children with developmental delays, neurological disorders and learning disabilities. This pediatric specialty centre offers world class services in the field of speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, behavior therapy, counseling, sensory integration therapy and remedial education.
Over the years, small wonders has become a strong team of qualified trainer and highly skilled and dedicated team of professional therapists and pathologists. We provide exceptional therapy quality, total parent involvement and offer a warm, safe and enticing environment for children with special needs.
Internationally researched approaches in its clinical armor, we are consciously adapting ways that focus on children to improve their capabilities in comfortable settings.
A common tool used to assess the risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a parent report screening tool known by the name M-CHAT-R, which is an abbreviation of Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers.
The second edition of the Childhood Autism Rating Scale is used on children in the age range of two to six years old. .
This version of the above-mentioned scale is used on children above the age of six, who are verbally fluent.
The results from this scale provide parents with diagnostic feedback, characterizing functional profiles, and guiding intervention planning.
This version of the scale was developed as an alternative to the original to identify high functioning children.
It can be administered during a good child visit and the resulting scores can be used by specialists and other professionals alike to look out for risks of ASD..
This helps in distinguishing autistic children from children who face other developmental disorders.
Pediatric occupational therapy helps children gain independence while also strengthening the development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills and visual motor skills that children need to function and socialize.Children may require occupational therapy with or without the presence of medical condition. Kids with the following medical conditions are considered to be “at risk” for delays in skills impacting participation in home and school environments.
Sensory processing/integrative disorder.
Developmental coordination disorder.
Autism persuasive developmental disorders
Learning problems or disability
Down syndrome and other syndromic conditions
Speech therapy is the assessment and treatment of communication problems and speech disorders. It is performed by speech language pathologists which are often referred as speech therapists.Speech therapy techniques are used to improve communications.
Language delays due to autism, ADHD.
Receptive-expressive language delay.
Auditory processing issues.
Behaviour therapy tend to look at specific, learned behaviours and how the environment influences those behaviours. Behaviour therapy does not involve one specific method but it has a wide range of techniques that can be used to a child’s psychological problems.Applies behaviour analysis (ABA) is one of the oldest and effective methods of understanding and modifying your child’s behaviour and helping their social and emotional conduct.
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) helps the children with autism gain functional independence.
Consistent ABA therapy for children can significantly improve the child’s skills and behaviour and therapy their need for special services.
Behaviour therapy for autistic children includes exercises and activities that promote independence attentiveness, communication and social skills.
ABA program is designed to provide a varying level of structure according to the need of the child. High functioning children are better able to learn in a less structured format and the program is adjusted accordingly.
For children with autism, it is highly recommended to start the ABA as early as possible, preferably before the age of three.
ABA program is designed to provide a varying level of structure according to the need of the child. High functioning children are better able to learn in a less structured format and the program is adjusted accordingly. For children with autism, it is highly recommended to start the ABA as early as possible, preferably before the age of three.
Pediatric occupational therapy helps children gain independence while also strengthening the development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills and visual motor skills that children need to function and socialize.Read more
A speech language pathologist introduces fun-filled activities to strengthen the child in his/her areas of weakness. A child’s therapy programme becomes successful with the total involvement of parents. Children learn skills faster with long-lasting results when parents closely follow thehome programsRead more
We know children. They connect with us. People usually say that our consultations take a lot more time than the rest.Read more
Sensory Integration Therapy is a fun and play based intervention which helps in dealing with sensory problems.Read more
Behavior therapy tend to look at specific, learned behaviors and how the environment influences those behaviors.Read more
Child psychologists are primarily specialized in understanding the basic psychological needs of children and adolescents.Read more
Psychological counseling is the use of psychological means to assist clients in addressing and overcoming issues that cause distress.Read more
Remedial education is a compensatory or preparatory education assigned to assist students in order to achieve expected competencies in core academic skills.Read more
As the common man grows more and more aware about the essentiality of education, the enrollment of students into schools has also increased hand in hand.Read more
A common tool used to assess the risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a parent report screening tool known by the name M-CHAT-RRead more
Complementary therapies offer a different approach to conventional or mainstream medicine. They include therapies that aren't usually part of conventional medical care.Read more
ost of the regular schools are not equipped with or do not intend to take that extra to needed to train children with developmental delays or special needs.Read more
children includes exercises and activities that promote independence attentiveness, communication and social skills.