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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is provided to develop, recover, or maintain the meaningful activities or occupations of individuals or groups as well as communities. Occupational therapy also increases the child’s muscular strength, work plan, sense of activity, body balance and coordination. Moreover, it helps enable children to participate in daily activities and to make them self reliant in everyday work Home programmes as well as parental advice and support are also provided. Besides, necessary equipments and adaptive devices are also recommended Proyash provides occupational therapy to both indoor and outdoor services.

Through the individual and group sessions everyday at least 56 students are receiving occupational therapy. The duration of every session is 45 minutes and every month 1120 sessions are conducted.

a therapist helping a child develop color and shape concept
a therapist providing therapy to control balance thorugh vestibular ball
a therapist providing therapy to develop a child's intelligence through congitive board

Sensory Integration Therapy

Sensory Integration Therapy deal* with neurological processing and integrating sensory information from the body and the environment contributing to emotional regulation, learning, behaviour, and participation in daily We. Children with Sensory Integrative Dysfunction experience problems with their sense of touch, smell, hearing, taste, sight, body coordination, and movement against gravity.

Proyash has a panel of experienced and skilled Occupational Therapists who use clinical frame of reference for the assessment and treatment of children who have functional disorders in sensory processing. Proyash has also extended outdoor services for all at low cost.

a student is provided with integration therapy through light and sound
a therapist using brusing technique following wilbarger protocol to senitize the child's sensitivity to touch
a therapist using keyboard to train a child's eye-hand coordination
a therapist stimulating the vestibular system of a child