Sessions with correctional practitioner for children is a system of special activities aimed at overcoming the difficulties in the upbringing, education and teaching children with various psycho-physiological, mental or physical characteristics.
DOES YOUR CHILD NEED THIS?
Sad, but true: the time of high technology generates more illiterate, tongue-tied children. Child’s social failures entail personal problems: isolation, insecurity, limited worldview.
Along with the increasing number of children with speech disorders, there are more and more very developed children with a sufficiently distinct speech, having phonemic problems that lead to inadequate perception of speech. This symptomatology is most typical for preschool children, primary school pupils and left-handers. If not to pay attention to this problem on time, then by 5-8 grades it turns into a persistent lag in the school curriculum of learning languages and other Liberal arts subjects.
As a result, there is a vicious circle: in a mass school, such children chronically fall behind, but no one has the right to refuse to teach them. Schools for children with mental retardation, as a rule, do not exist, and parents do not even want to hear about the possibility of sending their child to a correctional school.
As a result, such a student is simply “dragged” from grade to grade, and problems only accumulate. Data cited by specialists from various regions of the country indicate that in some schools up to 60% of children do not know the curriculum.
And it was necessary only to go in preschool age to the correctional practitioner and to solve this problem at the very first stage of studies.
Sessions with a correctional practitioner are prescribed for children with:
- Speech disorders (alalia, dyslasia, dysarthria, stuttering, rhinolalia);
- Delays in mental and speech development;
- Hyperactivity and attention deficit disorder;
- Disturbances of reading, writing and counting (dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia);
- Difficulties in schooling;
- The need for preparation for school (preschool children)
WHAT PROBLEM DOES IT SOLVE?
Working with a correctional practitioner helps with:
- Development of speech;
- Sensory development;
- Development and correction of perception, attention, memory, thinking;
- Formation and development of elementary mathematical knowledge (quantitative representations, counting skills, spatial representations);
- Development of general and fine motor skills;
- Development and correction of writing, reading, retelling skills;
- Psychological overcoming of low self-esteem.
WHAT IS THE NOVELTY AND DIFFERENCE FROM OTHERS?
Correctional practitioner of the “Neurological Clinic of Dr. Yatsenko” works with children of different age according to an individually tailored for each child program.
Correctional practitioner defines social and educational difficulties of the child; makes an individual long-term work plan; conducts individual sessions providing mastering of the program and transferring of the knowledge and skills formed in the classroom to other activities; gives counseling for teachers and parents.
HOW DOES IT HAPPEN?
Sessions are held individually in a friendly, domestic atmosphere in a specially organized development space.
Individual programs are compiled according to the latest developments of the world’s leading correctional practitioners.
WHAT ARE THE RESULTS?
Sessions with a correctional practitioner contribute to the elimination of speech problems and difficulties in social development; increasing self-esteem; mastering of the school curriculum; solving the difficulties in communicating between parents and children; appearing of new skills and abilities.
HOW MUCH TIME DOES IT TAKE?
Regular sessions are required 3-5 times a week. The duration of the session is 30 minutes.
Children from 2 years old can have this therapy.