Our classrooms aim to model a typical classroom setting for students with special needs with pre-requisite skills for an inclusive setup. The classroom will create a transition environment to prepare students for classroom readiness and working in a group setting.
A small group based setting for developing independence in functional skills
Promote peer-interaction and social skill building
Focus on academic skills and individual strengths
Enhance student abilities to function in a group environment
Focus on behavior management to allow increased opportunities for independence
- Grade-appropriate skills with modified curricula
Our classrooms are designed to provide individual therapy sessions to students, while also providing an opportunity for group work across the day.
Each classroom has 4-5 students so that each child gets utmost attention and care.
Individual sessions are structured to teach students a variety of skills across academic, social, vocational, self-help and communication domains.
Skills acquired successfully in an individual session are then generalized across different environments to ensure consistency in learning.
Occupational therapy sessions along with other therapies are incorporated into a child’s daily schedule.
- The classroom also has a central area designated for meal times, group activities, turn-taking games and social skill activities to facilitate peer interaction.