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Welcome to Our Special Children's Hub!At…..Bapatla

Children with special needs

Children who have a disability or a combination of disabilities that makes learning or other activities difficult are children with special needs. They also included intellectual disabled, autism, speech and language impairment, physical disability, learning disability and emotional disability.

 

BMH provides a school atmosphere in a congenial atmosphere in a blended community.

Therapiesand schooling on ‘aone-on-one’ basis with focussed attentiontowards autistic childrenis provided in the same campus.

An attached school for autistic children along with therapies promoted learning through imitation of actions, movements, facialexpressions, becomesan intricate feature of BMH.

 

Occupational Therapy

It focuses on developing fine motor skills, sensory integration, and activities of daily living. It further helps children improve their ability to participate in school, home, and social environments.

Behavioural Therapy

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Utilizes principles of learning and behaviour to address social, communication, and behaviouralchallenges. It promotes positive behaviours and reduces problematic behaviours through reinforcement strategies.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy which is the main channel for a child to communicate, is an important bridging gap. Speech therapy targets communication challenges, including speech articulation, language comprehension, and social communication skills. Enhances verbal and non-verbal communication abilities.

Sensory Integration Therapy

Sensory skills hold the coordination between intellectual and physical growth. This therapy helps children to process and respond to sensory information effectively. It also addresses sensory processing disorders, such as hypersensitivity or hyposensitivity to sensory stimuli.

Special Eduaction

Special education needs refer to children with learning problems or disabilities that makes it harder for them to learn than most children of the same age.

Types of disabilities:

ADHD, Autism Spectrum disorders, Intellectual disorder, Physical disorder, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia.