Services at Prayatna

The centre offers a wide range of services for children, including occupational therapy, speech therapy, sensory integration therapy, ABA, physiotherapy, special education and counselling. The centre’s experienced and dedicated team of therapists and doctors work closely with parents to develop individualised treatment plans that meet each child’s specific needs.

Prayatna offers a safe, reliable and child-friendly atmosphere while employing the latest technology both at the therapeutic and administrative levels to benefit our clients. Each child has a unique footprint in this world. While some children grow and develop skills easily, some kids require assistance in their developmental process, and Prayatna designs holistic therapy for each child who needs attention and assistance.

Parents are an integral part of the therapeutic process, and our team empowers them with the knowledge and skills required to assist their children in their development.

Conditions We Treat


Autism treatment involves a personalized approach that includes early intervention programs such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), speech therapy, occupational therapy, and social skills training. While there is no cure for autism, consistent support, education, and therapy can remarkably enhance the quality of life and develop effective navigation skills.


ADHD treatment typically includes occupational therapy, behaviour therapy, support from parents and teachers and medication if required. Parent training and school accommodations play a crucial role in supporting ADHD children. Occupational therapy and behavioral therapy helps children develop skills to manage impulsivity and improve organization. Collaboration between parents, teachers, and healthcare professionals is vital for developing an effective treatment plan tailored to each child's needs, helping them thrive.

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy treatment involves a multidisciplinary approach that includes physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. Assistive devices like braces, wheelchairs, or communication devices may be recommended as per child's need. In Cerebral palsy treatment, early intervention is crucial along with ongoing support from healthcare professionals, educators, and caregivers to help these children reach their full potential.

Intellectual Disability

Intellectual disability is a condition that persists throughout one's life. Treatment for intellectual disability aims to enhance a child's potential and improve their quality of life. It involves a comprehensive approach that is tailored to the specific needs of each child and includes special education, behaviour therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy depending on the needs.

Down Syndrome

Down syndrome is a genetic condition characterised by the presence of an additional chromosome. Early intervention by way of speech therapy, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy help in addressing developmental delays, improving motor skills, communication, and independence in children. Special education and inclusion helps children with Down syndrome achieve their full potential academically and socially.

Learning Disability

Learning disability is a neurological condition that affects a child's ability to learn, process and retain information effectively. Learning disability can manifest in different forms, including difficulty with reading (dyslexia), writing (dysgraphia), math (dyscalculia), or understanding and expressing language (language processing disorder). Specialized educational strategies, accommodations, assistive technologies, and therapy can help these children overcome their challenges.

Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a neurological condition which influences the brain’s ability in processing and responding to sensory information. Sensory Integration Therapy by Occupational Therapists helps in developing coping strategies by regulating sensory input responses through structured activities, exercises and environmental modifications.


In dyslexia, early identification and intervention are crucial. Special education strategies for dyslexic students include individualized phonics instruction, fluency training, and reading comprehension strategies. With support, children with dyslexia can gain confidence and achieve academic success.

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