Center For Mental Health & Rehabilitation was formed in 2011 With our aim of nurturing the abilities of special needs children. Over the years CMHR has grown into a multi disciplinary organisation which caters to different needs of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, mental retardation ADHD, Delayed Developmental Disorder and other behavioural issue. Its in one of the very few center in the region to provide all requisite services.
All Services are supported by a multidisciplinary team of trained and experienced Professionals.
Dr. Subhash Garg is a renowned clinical Occupational Therapist practicing in the city of Indore.
Catering to wide spectrum of cases include Autism Spectrum Disorder, Behavioural Problems, Mental Retardation, Learning Disabilities, Down Syndrom, Carebral Palsy.
He is Presently Working as "Clinical Occupational Therapist" in Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences & Hospitals and Indore Institute of Medical Science Indore .
She has qualified degree in clinical Occupational Therapist, approved by Government. She is trained in the field of child Occupational Therapy, hand writting training school based level rehabilitation Programme and activities of Daily living Training (ADL). In this profession she used to help the child by assessing their problem, analyzing, testing and skills training. she is presently working as "Clinical Occupational Therapist" in "Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences & Hospitals" and "Indore Institute of Medical Science Indore."
A Child Occupational is the ability to play.Perform in school. and interact with people and objects at a developmentally level Occupational Therapy Treatment is necessary when several areas of performance are affected. Gross Motro Skills: Movement of the large muscles in the arms, and legs Visual Motor Siklls:a childs Movement based on the perception of visual information Fine Motro Skills: Including dexterity , coordinatedation and strength of the small muscles in the hands and Fingers Oral Motro Skills:Movement of Muscles in the mouth ,lip,tonque and jaw Self-care Skills: Daily Dressing ,Feeding and toilet task Sensory Integration :The process of receiving ,organising and interpreting input through various senses
To enable Children with diffrent abilities to care out and realize opportunity falfilling Personal , social and professional life while also creating a society That works as catalyst for their sucessful inclusion
To Provideo The Highest.value - added hands on and therapeutic Services to our Children families and schools.Our Values consist of Reinforcing elements Quality,professionalism ,child centric,quantifiable value- add, Personal Team Growth
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, refers to a range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication, as well as by unique strengths and differences. We now know that there is not one autism but many types, caused by different combinations of genetic and environmental influences. The term “spectrum” reflects the wide variation in challenges and strengths possessed by each person with autism. Autism’s most-obvious signs tend to appear between 2 and 3 years of age. In some cases, it can be diagnosed as early as 18 months. Some developmental delays associated with autism can be identified and addressed even earlier. Autism Speaks urges parents with concerns to seek evaluation with occupational therapy without delay, as early intervention can improve outcomes.
(ID), once called mental retardation, is characterized by below-average intelligence or mental ability and a lack of skills necessary for day-to-day living. People with intellectual disabilities can and do learn new skills, but they learn them more slowly. There are varying degrees of intellectual disability, from mild to profound. What is intellectual disability? Someone with intellectual disability has limitations in two areas. These areas are: Intellectual functioning. Also known as IQ, this refers to a person’s ability to learn, reason, make decisions, and solve problems. Adaptive behaviors. These are skills necessary for day-to-day life, such as being able to communicate effectively, interact with others, and take care of oneself. IQ (intelligence quotient) is measured by an IQ test. The average IQ is 100, with the majority of people scoring between 85 and 115. A person is considered intellectually disabled if he or she has an IQ of less than 70 to 75. To measure a child’s adaptive behaviors, a specialist will observe the child’s skills and compare them to other children of the same age. Things that may be observed include how well the child can feed or dress himself or herself; how well the child is able to communicate with and understand others; and how the child interacts with family, friends, and other children of the same age. Intellectual disability is thought to affect about 1% of the population. Of those affected, 85% have mild intellectual disability. This means they are just a little slower than average to learn new information or skills. With the right occupational therapy support, most will be able to live independently as adults.
A slow learner is a child of below average intelligence, whose thinking skills have developed significantly more slowly than the norm for his/her age. This child will go through the same basic developmental stages as other children, but will do so at a significantly slower rate.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder of the neurodevelopmental type. It is characterized by problems paying attention, excessive activity, or difficulty controlling behavior which is not appropriate for a person age. The symptoms appear and cause problems in at least two settings (such as school, home, or recreational activities). In children, problems paying attention may result in poor school performance.only occupational therapy can control it.
The most common disruptive behaviour disorders include oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), conduct disorder (CD) and Depression.
Learning disabilities are neurologically-based processing problems. These processing problems can interfere with learning basic skills such as reading, writing and/or math. They can also interfere with higher level skills such as organization, time planning, abstract reasoning, long or short term memory and attention. It is important to realize that learning disabilities can affect an individual’s life beyond academics and can impact relationships with family, friends and in the workplace.
Muscular dystrophy is a group of inherited diseases that damage and weaken your muscles over time. This damage and weakness is due to the lack of a protein called dystrophin, which is necessary for normal muscle function. The absence of this protein can cause problems with walking, swallowing, and muscle coordination. There are more than 30 different kinds of muscular dystrophy, which vary in symptoms and severity. Muscular dystrophy can occur at any age, but most diagnoses occur in childhood. Young boys are more likely to have this disease than girls. The prognosis for muscular dystrophy depends on the type and the severity of symptoms. However, most individuals with muscular dystrophy do lose the ability to walk and eventually require a wheelchair. There’s no known cure for muscular dystrophy, but occupationaldia therapy treatments may help.
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of permanent movement disorders that appear in early childhood. Signs and symptoms vary among people. Often, symptoms include poor coordination, stiff muscles, weak muscles, and tremors. There may be problems with sensation, vision, hearing, swallowing, and speaking. Often babies with cerebral palsy do not roll over, sit, crawl, or walk as early as other children of their age. Other symptoms may include seizures and problems with thinking or reasoning, either of which occurs in about one third of people with CP.
Down syndrome is a set of physical and mental traits caused by a gene problem that happens before birth. Children who have Down syndrome tend to have certain features, such as a flat face and a short neck. They also have some degree of intellectual disability. This varies from person to person. But in most cases it is mild to moderate. Down syndrome is a lifelong condition. But with occupational therapy care and support, children who have Down syndrome can grow up to have healthy, happy, productive lives.
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phone : 97133-88778
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