Physiotherapy can help your child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and cerebral palsy. Our therapist can assist your child discover his or her gross motor skills, such as sitting, crawling, standing, walking, kicking a ball, and jumping.
A physiotherapist can be considered as the heart of an innovative educational approach whereby the therapist can help to maximise the potential of children with profound and multiple learning difficulties.
Physical therapy is often the first step in treating cerebral palsy. It can help improve motor skills and can prevent movement problems from getting worse over time. Children with milder cases of CP may only require some physical therapy to treat their condition.
Our physiotherapist is here to help your child who may have difficulty with functional movement, poor balance, and challenges moving through their environment successfully. She is will equipped with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who are having low muscle tone, or having poor balance, or not be well-coordinated, or having a combination of all of the above. These are all areas that our physiotherapist can address. After an assessment, the physical therapist will design and implement a program that will help to improve the individual child’s areas of need and increase overall function and participation.
The goal of our physiotherapist is to help your child reach developmental milestones that require gross motor skills, such as sitting, crawling, standing, walking, kicking a ball, and jumping.
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