Prayatna Special Education School

What is Special Education?

It is the design and delivery of teaching and learning strategies for differently abled children or typically developed children with learning difficulties who may or may not be enrolled in regular schools.

We have dedicated special education school program  that caters optimally to the special skill development needs of your children. Children’s treatment is managed by focused and experienced professionals who are well aware of child psychology and recommend programs uniquely tailored to children who have autism spectrum disorder.

Special Education School Program

We have dedicated special education school program  that caters optimally to the special skill development needs of your children. Children’s treatment is managed by focused and experienced professionals who are well aware of child psychology and recommend programs uniquely tailored to children who have autism spectrum disorder.

We deliver special needs education that embraces specialized remedial instructional methodologies which are implemented through strategic instructional materials, therapeutic learning aids, and other equipment designed to fulfill the academic requirements of children with particular learning disabilities. The special child education focuses on providing additional practice, the greater degree of explanation, repetitive information sharing, and time-bound care to help the deficient skill bloom optimally.

Who is a special educator?Role of Special Educator?

A special educator is someone who works with children having special needs. They are specially trained professionals to help the children to achieve their highest potential and strive to progress beyond their limitations.

  • Involves in each student’s academic, social and behavioral development.
  • Instructs students in the development of skills and knowledge.
  • Provides consultation and support services
  • Works with members of the IEP team
  • Creates a program geared to the assessed needs, goal & objectives, functional levels and motivational levels of the student
  • Prepares and utilize equipment and materials for the development of skill
  • Conduct assessment
  • Works very closely with parents and caretakers to keep them updated on progress and makes recommendations to promote learning in the home.
  • Actively involves in communicating and coordinating with all those who are involved in the child’s well-being, including parents, social workers, school psychologists, occupational therapist and physical therapist, school administrators and other teachers.

General difficulties faced by children attending special education

  • Memory issues
  • Difficulty in comprehension
  • Difficulty in understanding and following directions
  • Poor attention and concentration
  • Being overactive and impulsive
  • Difficulty in organizing work and time management.
  • Lack of self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Delay in response
  • Difficulty in doing daily activities.
  • Reading, writing, spelling and mathematical difficulties
  • Difficulties in logical thinking and problem solving.

Who can benefit from Special Education?

  • Children with hearing impairment or are deaf
  • Children with autism spectrum disorder
  • Children with physical disabilities like skeletal dysplasia, cerebral palsy and global developmental delay.
  • Children with neurological disorders.
  • Children with genetic and chromosomal abnormalities.
  • Children with recurrent seizures
  • Children with intellectual disability
  • Children with learning disabilities/difficulties, slow learners
  • Children with behavioral disorders or emotional disturbance
  • Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  • Children with speech and language difficulties

 

 Assessment process

Assessment in education settings include 5 steps

  • Screening and identification
  • Eligibility and diagnosis
  • IEP development and placement
  • Instructional planning/remedial teaching
  • Evaluation

 

The special education school services at our centers in Kochi, Kerala have proved to be highly successful in bringing the lacking skills of children to the mainstream. We have seasoned teachers who can work seamlessly with elementary level students as a part of autism treatment for 3 year old and infants.

Our special education programs at our various centers for toddlers are meant to ameliorate particular learning disabilities, impairments in speech and language faculties, mental deficiency, emotional disorders, mood swings, multiple disabilities, visual and auditory disorders, autism spectrum disorder, brain trauma and other health-related issues.

Children with autism spectrum disorder of similar type would be classified and then specific group programs would be assigned to build awareness and bring about full unlocking of potential. Early autism treatment for 2-year-old is an intervention that is essential to educate children with disabilities.

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