Welcome to CEID!

Every child is unique and different from others in terms of their skills and behaviors. And for parents, their child’s health, development and welfare is always the foremost concern.

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Why Choose CEID?

At CEID, we believe in ​early intervention​, addressing the child's developmental delays and other concerns at the earliest, prior to them enrolling in primary school.

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CEID Programs

Children enrolled in CEID, will be recipient of services that are specifically designed to cater to their individual needs and to target skills and that are functionally important as well as developmentally desired.

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Welcome to CEID!

Every child is unique and different from others in terms of their skills and behaviors. And for parents, their child’s health, development and welfare is always the foremost concern. Often, the lack of proper guidance and transparency during testing, diagnosis and intervention can make the experience a daunting one for both parents and child.

Keeping in mind your concerns and needs, CEID, has been specially designed to:

  • Provide clients with a positive and supportive environment conducive for testing and intervention.
  • Identify and address developmental needs of children from birth to adolescence in a compassionate and empathetic manner.
  • Plan for and provide tailor-made intervention or therapy to children, focusing on “fun and play.”
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Our Mission

At CEID, we aim to help children attain their maximum potential by ​holistically training them across all developmental domains.

It has been found that delayed development of any one core performance skill (such as gross motor skills, fine motor skills, speech- language, socio-emotional and cognitive skills, and daily living skills) can adversely affect the overall functioning and performance of the child. A holistic approach to treatment is therefore crucial, as it helps to address all concerns simultaneously, improving the overall performance of the child in his or her daily living.

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Why Choose CEID?

At CEID, we believe in ​early intervention​, addressing the child's developmental delays and other concerns at the earliest, prior to them enrolling in primary school.

Research states that the early ages of the child (0-5 years) is crucial and most conducive for learning to occur. By capitalizing on the rapid pace of brain development observed in these early ages, CEID can help children attain age appropriate skills and schooling as their peers.

CEID Programs

Children enrolled in CEID, will be recipient of services that are specifically designed to cater to their individual needs and to target skills and that are functionally important as well as developmentally desired. Parents can choose a wide range of our services that include:

Speech and Language Therapy

Speech and Language Therapy

The SLP program addresses issues in the production of sounds, syllables and words in connected speech, thereby improving the clarity of speech.

A specially trained Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) in the OPT certification program helps to improve articulator awareness, placement, stability and muscle memory. Hence OPT uses a combination of auditory, visual and tactile stimulation to the mouth, to address the different sensory issues faced during brushing and feeding and to improve speech intelligibility.

The SLP aims to improve communicative skills of the child by working on their receptive and expressive verbal and nonverbal skills.

The aim of the program is to help a child develop normal fluency, or to eliminate or significantly reduce the child’s stuttering.

​AVT is an approach that emphasizes the use of hearing (provided by hearing aid/ Cochlear implant) to help children learn to listen, process verbal language and thus enhance his speaking skills.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

This helps children to overcome their developmental delays, attain age appropriate milestones and various self help skills.

The sensory needs of the child are addressed in this program. More importantly parents are taught to implement a tailored sensory diet program at home, to help regulate their child’s sensory needs.

Continuous Learning Programs

Continuous Learning Programs

​A special educator helps children with learning difficulties attain desired educational goals by employing specific and specialised learning strategies and techniques.

Our Readiness Program is structured to address your child’s needs across different domains, so as to prepare him or her to be integrated into mainstream schooling.

This program aims to improve reading- writing skills of the child, thereby improving their academic performance. (4 years and above)

Conducted as an after school program, Continuous Literacy Program aims to help students perform effectively in classroom settings by building their social-emotional and cognitive abilities through school curriculum and different activities.

Group skills and dynamics are skills essential to surviving in this world. With much emphasis placed on interactions and collaborations, it is imperative that children be skilled in the ability to converse, interact and collaborate with their peers. The Social Skills training program, helps children develop the very basic (eye contact) and complex skills essential to interaction and communication. In this program, children are carefully selected to form groups so as to complement and facilitate learning within the group and from each other.

A one hour program that focuses on helping children overcome their reading, writing, math and language related difficulties.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

The pediatric physiotherapist addresses the child’s physical abilities and will help the child develop the movement skills necessary at each stage of development.

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