Social-Communication, Emotional Behavioural Difficulties

Speech Difficulties

Children are known to have speech difficulties when they encounter problems forming sounds to speak, interact and express their feelings and thoughts with others.  Children who have speech difficulties fall below their age-appropriate level of speech and display the following in all settings: find it hard to tell the difference between speech sounds delay in articulation of sounds have difficulty…

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Social Communication Difficulties

Children have difficulty understanding social cues, pragmatics, facial expressions and/ or body language of others. Children who have social communication difficulties display the following behaviours in all settings: do not know how or have difficulty interacting with family, friends and caregivers have minimal or no eye contact difficulty showing and reading facial expressions do not show or understand body language/gestures…

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Does your child has the following conditions? MUSCULOSKELETAL CONDITIONS Neck Pain Middle Back Pain Lower Back Pain Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Radiculopathies (Nerve/ Referred Pain) Shoulder Impingement Syndrome Frozen Shoulder Tennis/ Golfer’s Elbow Osteoarthritic Conditions Patellofemoral Knee Pain Patella Tendinitis Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Pain PAEDIATRICS Gross Motor Skills Retraining Bilateral Brain Hemisphere Activation Scoliosis NEUROLOGICAL / GERIATRICS REHABILITATION Post Stroke…

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Emotional Difficulties

Trauma, unpleasant situations in school or family struggles may lead to emotional difficulties. Children may begin to withdraw, isolate themselves or display disruptive and/or disturbing behaviours towards towards themselves, their friends and families. Children who have emotional difficulties display the following behaviours in all or certain settings: tell lies put the blame on others always looking sad or angry bully,…

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