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SI World @ Cheras

9, Jalan Durian 5, Taman Cheras
Cheras, Kuala Lumpur 56100
Malaysia
016-225 9XXX
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016-225 9828Please mention you get this contact number from Kiddy123.com

 

 
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Description

We provide therapies to children with special needs depending on their needs. After consultation, we will come up with an individual program for each child. Our therapists will be responsible in doing the therapies for the children. 
Parents are encouraged to take up individual parents training with us so that they know what they can do at home to help their children further. We also provide Backup Education to help children who are being rejected by their kindergartens or having difficulties coping in schools.
 
 
 
We Welcome:
 
1) Children or teenagers aged between 0 - 16 years. 
 
2) Conditions that we are treating including:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Down Syndrome
- Developmental Coordination Disorder (Dyspraxia)
- Language Disorder
- Speech Sound Disorder
- Social Communication Disorder
- Specific Learning Disorder (Dyslexia, Dyscalculia)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Other developmental problems
 
 
 
Treatment Approaches 
 
- Sensory Integration Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Physiotherapy
- Speech Therapy
 
 
 
Operating Hours
 
Mon to Sun          9:00am – 7:00pm


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Other Details

Age range : 0 – 16 years old

Programme / Teaching Methods: Sensory Integration Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physiotherapy and Special Education

Facilities : Indoor Equipments

Language : English, Malay, Chinese


Helpful Reviews

Parents of Yong Kah Yean rates this listing with

Before
> Delayed language & speech (language & speech remained at 1½ -2 years): able to speak only two-words phrases and kept repeating questions that others asked her
> Lack of concentration: unable to sit still and pay attention to the teachings in the classroom, could not focus and complete the task given
> Poor eye-hand coordination: unable to perform buttoning or unbuttoning action and had difficulty wearing socks
> Poor fine motor skills: resulted in difficulty in writing, always colored beyond the borders
> Lack of sense of danger
> Lack of eyes contact

After
> Has eyes contact, “daydreaming” look disappears
> Better understanding of the questions that people ask her and she tries to respond to those questions using her own expression.
> More words and sentences
> Shows initiative to talk and make friends
> Understands teachers’ instructions better and will follow the instructions given
> Able to sit still and pay attention in the class, less moving around
> Love playing with peers, doing activities and completing tasks
> Able to color within the border, knows how to draw basic shapes
> Can perform buttoning and unbuttoning action independently
> Understands most of the teachings and able to get straight A’s for all subjects in the examination.
> Knows how to do the homework that requires logical thinking and she likes to ask questions.
> Able to copy information from blackboard and her handwriting is getting better now.
> Can take shower on her own now; she will help to do some housekeeping tasks and loves to do handcrafting works.
> She has better sense of danger now; she will defend herself and report to teachers when being bullied by peers.
> Now, she even knows how to negotiate with parents and talk back to parents sometimes!

After undergoing one-year-long treatment, together we have witnessed her improvement. I am glad that we had made a wise decision by sending her to SI world, to go through the sensory integration therapy. Otherwise, she would have made no progress at all.

We would like to thank SI World and the therapists of their efforts and companionship along the way. Thank you!

19/01/2016 - 02:50 pm

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