At Yashoda Hospital, Paediatric Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation is a multidisciplinary unit concept that provides an immense range of services, from physical and occupational therapy for a child with numerous congenital or acquired acute or chronic diseases and disorders. We support your child in gaining independence in their daily lives by establishing a strategy program planned to meet your family’s goals.
The Occupational therapists at the Paediatric Rehabilitation unit aid children in performing daily functional tasks and acquiring the competencies to do their everyday tasks. These skills include self-help skills (dressing, sanitation, and self-feeding), emotional/behavioral management, social interaction, upper extremity & fine motor skills, etc. which are fundamental to develop into a healthy, functional, and independent adult.
Our objective is to provide expert services with the support of a team of experts consisting of a Paediatric Surgeon, Paediatric Physician, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Speech Therapist, and P & O.
Occupational therapists assist children in meeting daily functional tasks and getting the skills children to require for the “job” of being a child. These skills are crucial for a child to become a healthy, functional, and independent adult.
Our rehabilitation therapy supports your in child managing pain that can ease your child get back, keep, or improve abilities that you need for daily life. These strengths may be physical, mental, and/or cognitive (thinking and learning). Your child may have lost them owing to a disease or trauma or as a side effect from medical treatment.
We offer exercise and techniques at the Paediatric Rehabilitation unit, which include:
The conditions which are significantly treated at the Paediatric Rehabilitation unit include: