TLC's ancillary rehabilitation programs and services include:
- Occupational Therapy (OT) Program - Occupational Therapy provides skilled treatment to help special needs children and young adults achieve and maintain independence in all facets of daily living and work skills. The primary goal of Occupational Therapy is to help individuals with special needs achieve age-appropriate self-help, play, learning, and fine motor skills to the greatest degree possible. It likewise addresses behavior management and sensory integration. With the use of meaningful activities, Occupational Therapy seeks to maximize the potential of special needs individuals in overcoming the effects of developmental delays and disabilities.
- Physical Therapy (PT) - Physical Therapy provides skilled treatment and remediation to help special needs children and young adults improve motor development and function, movement, and mobility skills. The primary goal of Physical Therapy is to improve muscle and joint function, gross motor skills, posture, balance and coordination, and strength and endurance. Physical Therapy focuses on individuals with potential or actual impairments related to the neuromusculoskeletal, pulmonary, or cardiovascular systems. The program facilitates motor activity and provides exercises for increasing strength, endurance, coordination, and range of motion. It likewise provides learning instruction for activities of daily living, monitors the function, fit, and proper use of mobility aids or assistive devices, and offers application of physical modalities to relieve pain, when needed.
- Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) – Speech-Language Pathology provides skilled treatment to help special needs children and young adults improve communication skills, including speech, language, hearing, swallowing, oral function disorders, and alternative and augmentative communication. The primary goal of Speech-Language Pathology is to correct articulation disorders, voice disorders, and language delay of children with speech difficulties. Speech-Language Pathology focuses on speech production (such as phonation, resonance, intonation, and voice) and language (such as phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics). The program remediates speech and articulation deficits through vocal practice, structured conversation, storytelling, dramatization, and question-answer exercises in an atmosphere conducive to learning.
All TLC professionals are required to coordinate, consult, and collaborate with each other to bring together a cohesive and efficient individualized program for every TLC Student.
It encourages trust and sharing for a genuinely engaged interdisciplinary team.
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