Paediatric Physiotherapy

Paediatric physiotherapy aims to bring the child’s motor learning and education in to line with typical motor development, and is also aimed at the changes in plasticity that characterize the neurological, musculoskeletal and cardiorespiratory systems.

Speech therapy

The development and evolution of extra-verbal and verbal communication is enhanced through speech therapy. Clarity of speech, speech production, and issues related to chewing and swallowing are all taught and enhanced.

Occupational Therapy

The therapeutic use of activities related to a child’s daily life such as self-care, play, etc. which are adapted to meet the needs of children with sensory deficits and neuro-developmental dysfunctions.

Learning Difficulties

Child psychologists

We have an experienced interdisciplinary team of therapists who have a thirst for knowledge and always keep up to date with the latest information and scientific training. This team assesses children’s needs and provides the relevant modern therapeutic programmes.

Early intervention

The term early intervention covers all the services and benefits available for infants and toddlers (up to 3 years old) who have developmental delays and disorders (motor, cognitive, perceptual, communication, etc.) and for their families.