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Remedial Education

  • Remedial Education is also known as developmental education.

  • It helps students who face difficulties in reading, writing, math, communication and social behavior.

  • Remedial Education is like an interventional process which helps to bridge the gap between the child and his peers.

  • Remedial Education provides with necessary help and guidance to help overcome the areas of difficulty.

  • Remedial education is meant to improve a particular skill and overcome area of difficulty.   

  • Remedial Education can be designed for students with or without special needs.   

  • Various types of remedial education: group sessions, one-to-one sessions, virtual sessions.

Occupational Therapy/ Sensory Integration


  • Helps to develop coordination and balance to strengthen fine and gross motor skills.

  • Helps with sensory processing and guiding and educating them in sensory stimulated environment.

Speech Therapy


  • It helps to develop Expressive and Receptive Language delays; articulation and oral motor disorder and phonological awareness.       

  • Plays an important role in the holistic development of the child.

  • Improves overall communication, enhances social skills, enables the child to cope up better with society and function in day-to-day life.


  • ​​​Treatment to restore, maintain, and make the most
    of a person's mobility, function and

  • Helps through physical rehabilitation injury prevention and health and fitness.

Special Education

  • Special education which is given for is the practice of educating students in a way that provides accommodations
    that address their individual differences, disabilities, and special needs.

  • Special education aims to provide accommodated education for students with disabilities such as learning disabilities (such as dyslexia), communication disorders, emotional and behavioral disorders (such as ADHD), physical disabilities (such as osteogenesis imperfecta, cerebral palsy, muscular   dystrophy, spina   bifida, and Friedreich's ataxia), and developmental disabilities (such as autistic   spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities) and other disabilities.

  • Students with disabilities are likely to benefit from additional educational services such as different   approaches to teaching, the use of technology, a specifically adapted teaching area, a resource room, or a separate classroom.

Formal and Informal Education                

Formal Education


  • NIOS stands for National Institute of open schooling. The aim is to support skill development and flexible learning.

  • It facilitates students in learning at their own comfort.

  • It is not mandatory to complete all subjects in a year itself.

  • They can complete their education at their own pace.

    The NIOS is divided as :-

    OBE - LEVEL A equivalent to grade 3,
    B equivalent to grade 5,
    C equivalent to grade 8,

    Secondary Course equivalent to x.

      Senior Secondary equivalent to XII.

      It also provides vocational education courses and life enrichment programs.

Informal Education

​     Early Intervention Program

  • Early Intervention is the process of identifying and providing effective support to young children
    through sensory integration, play and various alternative therapies.

  • It also provides services and support to babies and young children with sensory and developmental delays and their families.

     Skill Based Learning

  • Skill-based learning is an effective way to train students to develop their  essential skills for daily living

  • It encourages students to actively engage in learning by doing.

  • It prepares students to enhance their cognitive, social and emotional well-being.

Alternative Therapies                              

Art Based Therapy

  • Art based therapy is an expressive therapy that makes use of creative processes to improve a        person's physical, mental and emotional well-being.

  • The goal is to express oneself through the various mediums of art forms and in the process, gaining a better understanding of oneself.

  • This can help to develop and manage behaviors and feelings, reduce stress and improve self-esteem.


Emotional Wellness

  •  Emotional Wellness Therapy helps to understand, accept and help to become aware of one's         emotions and helps to heal and tap into the underlying emotions through movement and various     ways of expressive arts.

Movement Therapy

  • Movement is our first language. Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication are equal forms of          communication.

  • Movement Therapy is psychotherapeutic way of using movement to promote physical, emotional,  behavioral and social well-being.

  • It is a holistic approach to healing, based on the empirically supported assertion that mind, body, and spirit are inseparable and interconnected; changes in the body reflect changes in the mind and vice versa.

  • Movement can be functional, communicative, developmental, and expressive. Dance/movement  therapists observe, assess, and intervene by looking at movement, through these lenses, as it        emerges in the therapeutic relationship in the therapeutic session.

  • Movement is both an assessment tool and a primary mode of intervention.


Curriculum Design

  • Aid institutions in designing need-based curriculum - based on the set up of their school, need of their child, inclusive/ exclusive set-ups.


Emotional Wellness

  • Emotional Wellness Therapy helps to understand, accept and help to become aware of one's emotions and helps to heal and tap into the underlying emotions through movement and various ways of expressive arts.

Formal and Informal
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