Early intervention is a type of medical, social, educational, or psychological service provided to children under six years and who require special need or suffer from any developmental delay or disability.
Physiotherapy is a medical specialization that uses natural methods to help a person restore movement and functionality after an injury, disease, or disability; and helps prevent future injuries or diseases.
Academic support aims to provide academic, social, and psychological assistance to people who are challenged with learning problems or difficulties.
Psychotherapy is a treatment that measures and improving the thoughts, feelings, and behavior of a person and helps him to better understand and deal with them.
Speech therapy is a special medical field concerned with the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment speech, language, and voice disorders. It is also concerned with developing communication skills, as well as swallowing disorders for all ages.
The role of the occupational therapist is to improve the patient’s performance, help him overcome any difficulty or disability resulting from an injury, improve his ability to independently perform daily tasks without depending on others, boost health, prevent developing any injury and disability, and maintain or restore a high level of independence.
Diagnosis and Evaluation
Through diagnosis and evaluation, a beneficiary’s condition can be assessed before providing assistance. A treatment plan will be then set which includes all the services suitable for the beneficiary to improve his skills and abilities to achieve optimal results.