The aim of a few available interventions to improve communication and cognitive functioning and behaviours is to enhance neural pathways for communication. Language is a major means of communication. Cognitive processes, such as attention, sequencing, working memory and executive functions, are also critical to successful communication.
The aim of the behavioral interventions is to reshape neural networks to influence behaviour. Behaviour intervention also aims to increase a child’s skills for self-care, an independent living and to decrease challenging and unproductive behaviours.
Our approach to therapy is a blended model that draws on the most effective techniques from the ABA, developmental and relationship-based models, and also from auditory integration processes and brain fitness training.
Find out more about the therapies we offer to improve communication, cognition and behaviour.