CHILD DEVELOPMENT UNIT
  • Child Development Unit since its establishment 2013 has redefined the Early Intervention program for high risk babies and the developmental planning for the children with Delay Milestone like unable to Neck/Head control, Rolling, Crawling, Sitting, Standing, Walking and Speech. It is one of its kinds in North East where all the facilities are provided under one roof.
  • Aim of the Child Development Unit is to provide comprehensive evaluation and Treatment/Therapy of these children.
  • The Child Development Unit specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of childhood developmental disorders.
  • A Caring Environment that advance Development, Creativity and Learning through Assessment & Planning by Early Interventionist, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Speech Therapist & Special Educators:

Early Intervention and Stimulation Of Children With

  1. Autism Spectrum Disorder
  2. ADHD
  3. Cerebral Palsy
  4. Down Syndrome
  5. Learning Disability
  6. Speech Impairment
  7. Global Developmental Delay (GDD)
  8. High Risk Premature Babies
  9. Poor School performance
  10. Intellectual Disability (Mental Retardation)

Our Early Intervention Services

Sensory Integration Therapy - Visual Stimulation, Tactile Stimulation and Vestibular Stimulation.
Occupational Therapy - Services that relate to self-help skills, adaptive behavior and play, and sensory, motor, and postural development.
Physiotherapy - prevent or lessen movement’s difficulties and related functional problems.
Speech Therapy - Services for children with delay in communication skills or with motor skills such as weakness of muscles around the mouth or swallowing.
Special Education - Includes designing learning environments and activities that promote the child’s development, providing families with information, skills & support to enhance the child’s development.
Assisting technology devices and services - Equipment and services that are used to improve or maintain the abilities of a child to participate in ADL activities.
Family training - Services provided by qualified personnel to assist the family in understanding the special needs of the child and in promoting the child’s development.
Nutrition services - Services that help address the nutritional needs of children that include identifying feeding skills, feeding problems, food habits, and food preferences.
Psychological services - Administering and information about a child’s behavior and child and family conditions related to learning, mental health and development as well as planning services including counseling, consultation, parent training, and education programs.

ALL UNDER ONE ROOF
“Leading the Way for Your Child's Development”
Know About Early Intervention
Early intervention is a system of coordinated services that promotes the child's growth and development and supports families during the critical early years. Early intervention services delivered within the context of the family can:
  • Improve both developmental, social, and educational gains
  • Reduce the future costs of special education, rehabilitation and health care needs
  • Reduce feelings of isolation, stress and frustration that families may experience
  • Help alleviate and reduce behaviors by using positive behavior strategies and interventions
  • Help children with disabilities grow up to become productive, independent individuals. The earlier children with or at risk of disabilities receive assistance and the sooner their families receive support towards their child's development.
Developmental Delay:

Child development refers to the process in which children go through changes in skill development during predictable time periods, called developmental milestones. Developmental delay occurs when children have not reached these milestones by the expected time period. For example, if the normal range for learning to walk is between 9 and 15 months, and a 20-month-old child has still not begun walking, this would be considered a developmental delay.

Importance of Early Intervention:

If a child is found on a developmental evaluation to have some developmental delays, it is important that intervention occurs early on in childhood for a number of reasons. Generally, children need to learn these developmental skills in a consecutive fashion. For example, a child needs to learn to sit up on her own before she will be able to stand up.
Also, early intervention helps a child advance in all areas of development. Sometimes if a child has a delay in one area (i.e. speech), it can affect other developmental areas (i.e., social and emotional). Therefore, it is vital that a child receive early intervention as soon as possible.
Finally, Early Intervention is critical for the child to develop good self-esteem. Without early intervention, a child's self-image may suffer and they may become avoidant of school. For example, a child who has a language delay may feel embarrassed to speak in front of their peers and teacher at school. Early intervention can help prevent these embarrassing moments for a child before they begin school.

Our Services

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT/HBAT)
MB 12
Autism Movement Therapy
Sensory Integration Therapy
Early Intervention Therapy(Delayed Developmental Milestone)
Occupational Therapy
Physiotherapy (Paediatric)
Speech & Communication Therapy
Special Education
Behavioral Therapy/Modification
Music and Art Therapy
Psychological Assessment
Autism Early Intervention Programme(4 to 10 Years)
School Readyness Programme for Children with Autism & ADHD (2 to 4 Years)
Special School for Autism & Intellectual Disability

Contact Us at

HOPE Neurodevelopmental Institute and Autism Centre
Guwahati Centre: Rukmininagar, H/No 07, Housing Colony, Ranga Mancha Path, Near Old Passport Office, Guwahati-781006, Assam
Jorhat Branch: IMSR Hospital, Byepass, Jorhat-785001,Assam
Contact No: 9706035539/9707733330
Email: hopemrtc@gmail.com

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