Expert Care for Dyslexia with Highly Skilled and Committed Professionals

Early identification and intervention play a crucial role in dyslexia. At Prayatna, we understand the challenges faced by children with dyslexia and our team is committed to provide comprehensive, customized treatment to empower the dyslexic students to help reach their goals in academics, work, and life.

Special education strategies for children with dyslexia include personalized phonics instruction, reading comprehension strategies and fluency training. With appropriate guidance and support, children with dyslexia can gain confidence and achieve academic success.

Our Services

Diagnostic Assessments

Prayatna has a team of qualified and experienced professionals who conduct thorough assessments to identify the specific strengths and difficulties of each child. Our team utilizes a range of standardized tests and observations to create a detailed profile of the individual’s learning style and needs.

Individualized Treatment Plans

Based on the assessment results, we develop individulized interventions tailored to each child's unique needs and goals. Our evidence-based methodologies focus on improving reading, writing, spelling, comprehension, and other related skills.

Multisensory Instruction

Our educators employ multisensory teaching methods which engage multiple senses to improve learning and retention. These approaches help accommodate different learning styles that invariably helps in promoting better understanding and mastery of skills in children with dyslexia.

One-on-One Tutoring

Our certified dyslexia educators provide individualized instruction in a supportive and encouraging environment. The individual sessions are customized to address specific areas of child’s need and build confidence and competence in reading and writing.

Proven Methodologies

Our educators are well-versed in different approaches including Orton-Gillingham Method & Wilson Reading System that are proven as highly effective for teaching individuals with dyslexia. These structured, sequential, and phonics-based approaches are proven to remediate reading difficulties and build strong literacy skills.

Training and Guidance to Parents and Teachers

Involvement of parents during each individual session is vital at Prayatna. This active participation not only provides hands-on experience for parents but also equips them to support their children at home better.

Why Choose Us?

  • Experienced and skilled professionals 
  • Evidence-based interventions
  • Child-centric educational approach 
  • Commitment to ongoing support and collaboration with families, schools, and others involved with the child
  • Workshops and training sessions with practical strategies and resources for parents, teachers, and other professionals.

Don’t let dyslexia hold your child back. Reach out to us now to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards bringing the best out of your child. Together, we can pave the way for a brighter future.

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Autism treatment often involves a customized, multidisciplinary approach that caters to the individual child’s specific needs and abilities. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is a widely recognized effective intervention that focuses on behavioral strategies to improve a child’s social, communication, and daily living skills. To address specific challenges associated with autism spectrum disorder, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and social skills training may also be included in the treatment plan. Early intervention and consistent support from caregivers are pivotal in achieving the best possible outcomes for children with autism.

Individuals with autism can lead fulfilling lives with early intervention, support, and resources. With understanding, acceptance, and tailored support, children can develop important skills and abilities that allow them to achieve their goals. The concept of a ‘normal’ life may differ from person to person. What is important is to acknowledge and appreciate their diverse strengths and perspectives.

No, there is no cure for autism, but early interventions and therapies can significantly improve outcomes and help individuals with autism lead fulfilling lives.

Individuals with autism may exhibit varying degrees of speech abilities, which can range from normal speech to complete lack of verbal communication. It is important to note that the severity of the condition plays a crucial role in determining the extent of speech abilities in autistic individuals. Therefore, it is essential to provide tailored interventions and therapies to cater to the specific needs of each individual.

Early intervention is the key in autism treatment. Therefore, it is important to start treatment as soon as possible after diagnosis.

  1. Environmental. A variety of nonspecific risk factors, such as advanced parental age, low birth weight, or fetal exposure to valproate, may contribute to risk of autism spectrum disorder. Additionally, factors such as maternal health conditions, and exposure to air pollution or certain chemicals may contribute to the risk of ASD.
  2. Genetic and physiological. Heritability estimates for autism spectrum disorder have ranged from 37% to higher than 90%, based on twin concordance rates. Currently, as many as 15% of cases of autism spectrum disorder appear to be associated with a known genetic mutation, with different de novo copy number variants or de novo mutations in specific genes associated with the disorder in different families. However, even when an autism spectrum disorder is associated with a known genetic mutation, it does not appear to be fully penetrant. Risk for the remainder of cases appears to be polygenic, with perhaps hundreds of genetic loci making relatively small contributions.
  3. Neurological Factors: ASD is characterized by atypical brain development and connectivity. Abnormalities in brain structure and function, such as differences in the size and organization of brain regions involved in social communication, sensory processing, and executive function, have been observed in individuals with ASD. These neurological differences may affect how individuals with ASD perceive and interact with the world around them, contributing to the characteristic symptoms of the disorder.

It’s possible, but depends on the severity of the child’s condition and their specific circumstances. Early intervention and consultation with a qualified healthcare professional specializing in autism can help with more personalized guidance and support for your child’s development.

Autism is a spectrum disorder, meaning that individuals with autism have a wide range of strengths and challenges. Each person with autism is unique, and their abilities should be understood and appreciated on their own terms. The concept of ‘mental age’ is not typically used in autism discussions.

Therapies for children with autism include Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Social Skills Training, Sensory Integration Therapy, and Play Therapy, Speech therapy.

Yes. Prayatna offers support and training programs for parents and caregivers of children with Autism.

Prayatna recruits therapists through a stringent interview process. All our therapists are qualified in their respective fields from reputed institutions and are well trained.

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