Our aim is to make a meaningful difference in the lives of special need children and their families. We accomplish through innovation and high quality service according to their needs. Our therapists are trained in Neuro Developmental Therapy (NDT) certified by International Bobath Instructors Training Association (IBITA) and Neuro Developmental Therapy Association (NDTA).

Neuro Developmental Therapy

NDT is a advanced problem solving and hands-on approach to examine and treat children with neuromotor dysfunction. NDT is first developed by Berta Bobath and Karel Bobath and was also called Bobath approach.

  • It is primarily used in Cerebral Palsy and stroke and other central nervous system involving movement disabilities
  • NDT addresses the person as a whole and not as an individual component, using observation and analysis of normal development to compare or contrast problems of dysfunction
  • NDT focusses to achieve the best energy efficient performance for the individual within the context of the age appropriate tasks and in anticipation of future functional tasks
  • NDT treatment follows a sequence:
  • * Preparation – involves the regulation and alignment
  • * Facilitation – is a process of intervention which uses the improved muscle tone in goal directed activity. It involves stimulation of the muscle activity to produce a desired movement
  • * Inhibition – is a process of intervention that reduces dysfunctional muscle tone
  • NDT uses key points of control ie, point of contact of therapist's hand or body on the individual to achieve a desired functional goal.

PhysioTherapy (PT)

Physiotherapy is a health care profession which assists people to restore, maintain and maximize their strength, function, movement and overall well being. Physiotherapy includes rehabilitation as well as prevention of injury and promotion of health and fitness. It plays an important role in the treating children with cerebral palsy.

  • Physiotherapists have in-depth knowledge of how the body movements work
  • They have specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury
  • They often work in team with other health professionals to help meeting an individual health care needs
  • Physiotherapists are trained professionals who can use a wide variety of methods to help you in:
  • * Therapeuticexercises
  • * Muscle re-education and disability

Occupational Therapy (OT)

Occupational Therapists assess and treat all areas of social, emotional, behavioral and motor skill development. Occupational Therapy helps people of all ages who have physical, sensory or cognitive problems. Also, it helps them to regain independence in all areas of their lives. Some of these areas include:

  • Sensory Processing
  • Co-ordination and Fine motor Skills
  • Dyspraxia
  • Cognitive & Perceptual Skills
  • Visual Processing

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy is a rehabilitative procedure undertaken in order to help people having any kind of speech, language and communication disorders which can occur on their own without any other developmental needs, or be a part of another condition.

Speech & Language therapist assess, diagnose and intervene various childhood and adult speech, language and communication disorders. They provide both individual and group sessions based on their needs to empower their daily lives.

For many children, difficulties will resolve naturally when they experience good communication rich environment, others will need a little extra support. However some may need longer term speech and language therapy support.

What are speech, language and communication needs?
  • Difficulty in communicating with others
  • Difficulty saying what they want to
  • Difficulty in understanding what is being said to them
  • Difficulty understanding and using social rules

Skill Development

Fostering independence in children is an important goal of any parent. Through different developmental stages, progressive ‘windows of opportunity’ emerge to foster skills that will ultimately lead to independence.

Life skills for special need children plays an essential role in improving sensory processing, communication, safety, social relationships and ultimately accruing independence. So we focus on:

  • Self-care Skills
  • Pre-vocational Skills
  • Daily Living Skills
  • Community based instruction
  • Leisure and Recreational Skills
  • Functional Reading
  • Functional Math
  • Work related Behavior
  • Shopping Skills
  • Cooking and Laundry Skills

Vocational Training

Vocational Training is a big advantage for the differently abled people as it supplements the initial training to ensure and assist the development of desired skill set.

Many differently abled individuals find it difficult to access programs that cater to their unique needs, especially in the vocational training space.

We have taken sometime to identify the best vocational training programs for the students and train them accordingly to achieve their independency in their life.

Yoga & Music

It is essential that children with special needs discover their own magnificence. Practicing yoga allows them to experience their mind and body without judgement. They are allowed to develop at their own rate, in their own time. Yoga breathing, affirmations, mindfulness techniques and poses teach children how to tune into their inner teacher, their intuition, and become comfortable in their body while quieting the critic in their head.Many differently abled individuals find it difficult to access programs that cater to their unique needs, especially in the vocational training space. The non-competitive nature of yoga helps children feel accepted and able to participate regardless of physical or mental ability. Everyone is encouraged and progresses according to their personal dedication, focus and ability. Group practice also creates a sense of community and connection to the class, the community and all humanity. As children with special needs learn to appreciate their own unique talents and abilities, they will truly be able to reach their fullest potential in heart, mind and body.

Music is a powerful tool that can open doors for children with special needs, including cognitive, social, physical, and neurological impairments. In Music Together Within Therapy, we partner with music therapists, speech therapists, counselors, and other health professionals to offer individual and small-group therapy for kids with special needs.