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Meet Puvaneeswari Rajah our Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapist, Special Needs child, motor skills, neuromotor disorders

Occupational Therapist Puvaneeswari Rajah.

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Occupational Therapy

Asia Metropolitan University 2011 – 2013

“Hello, my name is Puvaneeswari Rajah. I’m an Occupational Therapist . I live in Seremban, and I’m working at The Play Project Center as a Pediatric Occupational Therapist . My favorite part of being an Occupational Therapist is seeing growth in the children and families I work with. Seeing a child’s face light up when they discover that they can do something new or hearing parent exclaim with joy when their child does that new thing. It is so special to be part of that and it keeps me going through any challenges.”

My motto is to help children reach their maximal functional level of independence by facilitating development.

Courses followed:

Certificate in Pedia suit training course. ( The Play Project Mahavidya is the only center in Seremban who offer Pedia Suit Therapy)

Certificate in Rhythmic Movement Training International level 1,2 &3

Certificate of completion of building block activities of movement based learning

Certificate in radiant child yoga level 1 & 2

Certificate first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automated external defibrillator training

Certificate in assessment & treatment of children with neuromotor disorders based on NDT/Bobath approach

Why Special Needs Children need Occupational Therapy?

“As our center name implies, The Play Project Mahavidya, we consider play to be the primary productive activity for children, then the development of play skills becomes, in itself, an important goal for therapeutic intervention”.

Self-initiated free play experiences are vital for the normal growth and development of all children. In this, children with physical disabilities who are deprived of normal play opportunities are viewed as having a second disability that hinders their potential for independent behavior and performance. Physical, social, personal, and environmental barriers that may limit the play experiences of children with physical disabilities are delineated
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