DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE AUTISM ?
What is Autism ?
Autism is a developmental disability He/she may be fast in reaching certain developmental milestones but slow in other. Usually problems can be seen in the child's behavior, speech or communication, unusual interest in certain toys or things...and display sensory integration problems.
In addition, more than 50% of those with Autism have ADHD, according to CHADD. Click me to read more from CHADD....
Finding out your child's developmental level compared to what it's supposed to be will give you clues. The Center of Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) provides developmental milestones for various age groups.
Click the image below to learn more...
What are the Early Signs of Autism ?
Ciri Ciri Awal Autisme
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How is Autism treated?
The best time for optimum results is before the child turns 3. That does not mean those ages from 3-7 will not recover. The older the child is the more intensive the intervention needs to be. It may take them a little longer to recover.
Evidence Based Treatment Includes: Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Early Intervention Program (EIP) & regular multidisciplinary meetings together with a Child Psychiatrist or a Child Psychologist
Louis Center Seremban has a special highly intensive program for children with Autism. Do read about our program to get an idea about what your child needs.If what your child is getting now is insufficient, you can join our "Parents as Therapists" initiative.
"Parents as Therapists"
The video describes what the membership entails. It was started for parents to be able to treat their children if they have no access or insufficient access to treatment.
Many parents are lost as to how they can help their child........
All you need is a computer, a printer & a laminating machine.
DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE ADHD?
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
ADHD is the most common mental health disorders of childhood.
See the short Video below to find out how common it is
There are 3 Sub-types of ADHD
The 3rd Sub-type (called the Combination Type) is where the child has symptoms from both the Inattentive and Hyperactivity & Impulsivity Type
Watch our Kenali ADHD Video Series below ( part 3 not completed):
Part 1 describes how the child who suffers from ADHD feels and
Part 2 is on the signs & symptoms of ADHD ( the INATTENTIVE Type).
Part 3 is on the signs & symptoms of ADHD (the HYPERACTIVITY-IMPULSIVITY Type)
For more information on the Inattentive type, please click BUTTON below.
These videos were created by Louis Center for Special Needs with the help of Dr Rajan Muthoo, a Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, based in Seremban. It is made with the goal of making ADHD easy to understand.
SENSORY ISSUES IN AUTISM
The video BELOW explains what sensory integration is. We need to understand this in order for us to understand the SENSORY PROBLEMS children with autism face.
This next video (BELOW) explains; What it's like to have sensory problems and what can be done to reduce this problem.
Sensory Integration Therapy ( SIT ) at Louis Center Seremban
Treatment & Intervention for children with Cerebral Palsy is very personalized at Louis Centre Seremban
The Intervention Program for Children with Cerebral Palsy consists of:
Numeracy & Literacy
Physiotherapy for Children with Cerebral Palsy in our Seremban Center
At Louis Center Seremban our Cerebral Palsy Specialist Physiotherapist goes along with the child and family for their appointments with the Rehab Specialist.
This teamwork helps with tailoring the treatment program with is customized to each child’s needs.
Speech Therapy for Children with Cerebral Palsy in our Seremban Center
Difficulties swallowing, speech and communication in common in children with Cerebral Palsy. Our speech and language therapist works on:
Speech as well as other method of communication such as typing or using the tab
Conduct Oral Motor Exercises to Strengthen the Muscles on the face, on and in the child mouth
Occupational Therapy for Children with Cerebral Palsy in our Seremban Center
Focus here is on skills needed for daily living. Therapy focuses on skill such as finger isolation ( which helps with typing, wiping the mouth and the
Academic Intervention for Children with Cerebral Palsy in our Seremban Center
Teachers work on literacy and numeracy skills . We have students with CP who started to communicate by typing after learning the suku kata.