Yadav Hospital aims to achieve equal status for all children in society irrespective of their differences and ensure every child is given the best opportunity to reach their full potential in life. The curriculum we follow is normal development milestones & addresses the specific needs of the child to reach their full potential. We focus on Early Identification and Early Intervention of any disorder.
When should you seek occupational therapy?
Experiences delays in self-care independence
Has difficulty with fine motor coordination.
Seems impulsive or lacking self-control
Poor attention and Concentration
Has an unusually high or low level of activity
Seems physically clumsy or careless
Has difficulty making transitions from one situation to another
Has delays in academic achievement
Is hyper-responsive or Hypo responsive to Touch Taste-Smell-Sound-Movement?
Have difficulties with social skills & social communication.
Occupational therapy helps children with various needs to maximize their learning potential in the most fun and safest environment. Our goal is to be a resource for families in the community and equip children with the skills necessary to grow and develop independence to their highest potential.
Speech Therapy is the assessment and treatment of communication problems and speech disorders. It is performed by the speech-language pathologist. Speech therapy techniques are used to improve communication. This includes articulation therapy, language intervention activities, and others depending on the type of speech or language disorder. Speech therapy is very important for speech disorders that develop in childhood or speech impairment in adults caused by the injury or illness, such as stroke or any other brain injury.
Speech and language disorders are Receptive and Expressive Language Disorder, Articulation and Phonological Disorders, Language Disorder, Pragmatic/Social Language disorder, Motor speech disorder, Fluency disorder, Cognitive or other Developmental Delays, Hearing Impairment and Voice Disorders.
Otoacoustic Emission Testing
Your ear is made up of three parts – the outer ear, middle and inner ear. The Otoacoustic Emission test checks part of the inner ear’s response to sound. The test is mostly done on infants and children who may not be able to respond to behavioral hearing tests because of their age. Otoacoustic emissions are sound given off by one small part of the cochlea when it stimulates the cochlea, the outer hair cells vibrate. The vibration produces a nearly inaudible sound that echoes back into the middle ear.
Soft foam or rubber tips are placed in your child’s ear. Your child will hear soft sounds through the soft foam or rubber tips. A computer will record quiet echoes from the ear.