Dedicated to children with special needs
Our earnest endeavor to make their lives better
The CNDC at the Polaris Neurosciences is a complete Child Neurology, Neurophysiology , Rehabilitation Set-Up which aims to cater to the Neurological and Developmental problems in children with special needs in a holistic way. It is a one stop set-up with state of art facilities to help children and their parents deal with Neurological, Educational, Psychological and Behavioural problems.
Our team consists of experienced, trained and dynamic individuals, experts in their respective fields. It consists of a Pediatric Neurologist, Geneticist, Pediatric Physiotherapist, Occupational therapist, Special Educator and Speech therapist.
The team approach involves thorough scientific evaluations of the children and providing highly specialised multidisciplinary inputs to make a treatment protocol befitting the patient goals. The treatment protocols are based a lot on parent feedback and are mainly patient-centric.
The therapy rooms contain state of art equipments which are children-friendly and a lot of therapy is play based, to make the child to actively participate in the rehab process. A variety of integrated programs such as Early intervention screening, sensory play, ADL training, educational programs, handwriting interventions, remedial programs, speech therapy sessions, play based therapy, group therapy, vestibular rehab etc. have been designed for mainstreaming of the children with special needs. Most of the programs are based on one-on-one therapist-child interaction providing adequate time for the sessions.
We conduct various free check up and awareness camps for sensitising the citizens about the special needs and differently abled kids, thereby improving their societal acceptance.
World-Class Treatment of Child Care Related Problems By An Trained Senior Doctors
• Neurological and Developmental paediatric assessments
• Genetic work-up and Counselling
• Early intervention Programs
• Neurodevelopment Therapy (NDT)
• Occupational therapy (OT)
• Sensory Integration (SI)
• Special Education
• Speech therapy
• Psychological counseling for parents and siblings
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Children With Special Needs
• Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Cerebral Palsy
• Mental Retardation
• Genetic disorders affecting development: • Down’s syndrome
• Childhood neuromotor disorders
• Learning Disabilities
• Global Developmental Delay
• Childhood behavioural and emotional problems
• Sensory Processing Disorder, Hearing and speech impairments
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Cerebral palsy refers to a group of disorder that effect movement .it is a permanent but not unchanging physical disability caused by an injury to the developing brain usually before birth. Cerebral palsy may only be mild and cause only a slight disruption to a person’s daily like
Autism spectrum disorder is a condition that effect social interaction, communication, interst and behavior in children with ASD the symptoms are present before three years of age. Although a diagnosis can sometimes be made after the age of three.
also known alalia refers a delay in the development or use of the mechanism that produce speech. Speech as distinct from language is the actual process of making sounds.
Mental retardation is defined as an intellectual functioning level as measured by standard test for intelligence quatient.
Disruptive behavior disorders include oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder and ADHD and also emotional problem, mood disorder, family difficulties and sub stances abuse.
according to diagnosis and treatment a disorder in which nerve cell activity in the brain is distrusted, causing seizures. epilepsy may occurs as a result of a genetic disorder or an acquired brain injury.
Neurodevelopment treatment is ( NDT) is a hands on treatment approach used by physical therapist, occupational therapist. During treatment intervention repeated experience in movement ensures that a particular pattern is readily accessible for motor performance
brain gym is a proprietary program of body movements it is widely co considered to be pseudoscience.
it is an intervention service that focuses on improving a child’s speech and abilities to understand and express language Including non verbal language.
Occupational therapy is the use of assessment and intervention to develop, recover or maintain the meaningful activities or occupations of individuals group or communities it is an allied health profession performed by occupational therapist.
sensory integration also known as sensory dysfunctions is a condition where multisensory integration is not adequately processed in order to provide appropriate response to the demands of the environment.
special education also known as special needs educaton, aided education, exceptional education is the practice of educating students in a way that addresses there Individuals differences and ideally this process inv the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures adopted equipment and material and also accessible setting these intervention are designed to help Individual with special need achieve a higher level of personal, self sufficiency and succ in sch and communities .
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Behavioral issues in children can lead to stress and frustration for the entire family. In young children, these issues may not yet be categorized as a specific diagnosis, but a child with significant behavioral issues may exhibit signs of:
Having frequent and severe tantrums
Being repetitively defiant towards those in authority.
Often their teachers, peers, and parents label these children as disruptive, frustrating, mean, or even “bad”.
It is important to speak directly with your Doctor concerning the presence or confirmation of any diagnosis of a spectrum disorder.
￼Sometimes children who demonstrate significant behavioral issues are given a formal diagnosis of oppositional defiant disorder. Often behavioral issues are identified along with another diagnosis like ADHD or Asperger’s (now considered a part of ASD). In many cases, behavioral issues never receive a formal diagnosis but nonetheless are a major issue in a child’s ability to make and keep friends or succeed in school. They often require intervention due to the impact on family life and disruption to everyday activities.
￼Symptoms of Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) :-
* Signs of oppositional defiant disorder in children are usually apparent before the age eight. Behaviors may occur most with people the child knows well, such as family members or care providers. These behaviors are frequent, not age appropriate, and cause significant issues at school, at home, and/or with peers. Signs of ODD include (1)Losing one’s temper often.
Frequent arguing with adults or refusing to comply with adults’ rules or requests.
Often getting angry or being resentful or vindictive.
Deliberately annoying others; easily becoming annoyed with others.
Often blaming other people for one’s own mistakes or misbehavior.