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Occupational therapy

Helping a child to communicate, and understand the language

Speech and Oral Placement Therapy

OPT is an important addition to traditional speech treatment methods for clients with placement and movement deficits.

Special Education

These Professionals are, who work one-on-one with children on academic learning challenges

ABA Therapy

Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy, Helping a child to communicate, and understand the language

Occupational therapy

Sensory processing disorder
Fine motor & handwriting
Play & social skills
Emotional & Behavioural Disorder
Cognitive skills

Speech and Oral Placement Therapy

Speech clarity
Tactile development
Oral Motor Skills
Picky eater

Special Education

Pre- Academic and Academic
Pre-Handwriting Skills
Cognitive Skills

ABA Therapy

Sensory Process Disorder
Fine Motor and Handwriting skills
Play and Social Skills
Emotional and Behavioral Disorder
Cognitive Skils

  • Sensory processing disorder
  • Fine motor skills
  • Group Therapy
  • play/social skills
  • Academic & cognitive skills
  • Behavioral issues

Occupational therapy (OT) is a branch of health care that helps people of all ages who have physical, sensory, or cognitive problems. OT can help them regain independence in all areas of their lives.

Occupational therapists help with barriers that affect a person’s emotional, social, and physical needs. To do this, they use everyday activities, exercises, and other therapies.

OT helps kids play, improves their school performance, and aids their daily activities. It also boosts their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment. With OT, kids can:

  • Develop fine motor skills so they can grasp and release toys and develop good handwriting or computer skills.
  • Improve eye-hand coordination so they can play and do needed school skills such as bat a ball and copy from a blackboard.
  • Master basic life skills such as bathing, getting dressed, brushing teeth, and self-feeding.
  • Learn positive behaviors and social skills by practicing how they manage frustration and anger.
  • Get special equipment to help build their independence. These include wheelchairs, splints, bathing equipment, dressing devices, and communication aids.
  • Speech clarity
  • Expressive language
  • articulation, tactile
  • development
  • oral motor function
  • Communication disorder

Helping a child to speak, communicate, and understand language.

  • Speech and language milestone
  • Articulation and Intelligibility
  • Receptive and expressive language
  • Pragmatic and social communication
  • Apraxia of speech
  • Speech fluency

OPT (Oral Placement Therapy)​ is the foundation for TalkTools training and is integrated throughout all of our courses. OPT is a type of oral-motor therapy that targets specific movements needed for speech and feeding. The “3 parts” of OPT are auditory and visual sensory systems COMBINED WITH tactile — and proprioceptive — sensory systems. TalkTools training applies a unique, hierarchical approach to OPT, focused on a measurable, results-driven path for both therapists and clients across all ages, and diagnoses with the goal of:

This interactive, hands-on course includes highly motivating activities targeting the abdomen, velum, jaw, lips, and tongue. Techniques learned can be readily implemented across many therapy environments — private practices, hospitals, schools, and home.

  • Appropriately assess oral placement/feeding/speech problems based on muscle systems.
  • Integrate hierarchies for motor dissociation and grading (jaw-lips-tongue).
  • Plan programs of therapeutic intervention to address physiological and motor-based speech disorders.
  • Be able to apply at least 10 new therapy techniques.
  • Properly use oral placement techniques to improve individual speech clarity and production.

These Professionals are, who work one-on-one with children on academic learning challenges.

A child who is struggling and falling behind in school is not a happy child. Kids who have learning disorders, or attention problems that make learning unusually difficult, often suffer for several years before parents and teachers figure out that something is standing in their way.

Once a child’s learning challenges are identified, they may benefit from having an educational therapist to work with them on developing the skills they are missing, and on devising learning strategies that build on her strengths and compensate for her weaknesses.

Common special needs that require special education are learning disabilities, communication disorders, emotional and behavioral disorders like ADHD, physical disabilities like cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and developmental disabilities like autism spectrum disorders. Students with these kinds of special needs are likely to benefit from additional special education services that have different approaches towards teaching with the use of technology, a specifically adapted teaching area, and resource material. Special educational techniques can also be used for intellectually gifted children also.

There is a whole range of behavioral and educational interventions available for the treatment of children with Autism spectrum disorders and ABA is one of them. Applied behavior analysis Autism is a self-explanatory word. ‘Behavior’ here means the actions and skills one can perform and ‘behavior analysis’ means a scientifically validated approach to understanding behavior and how our environment is affecting it. ‘Environment’ here includes physical or social influences that might change or be changed by one’s behavior.

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