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Therapy Services
Individualised support, multidisciplinary care
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Therapy Services
Optimising quality of life for persons with special needs
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Therapy Services
Translating multidisciplinary approach into exceptional outcomes

Overview

At MINDS, we recognise that every individual is unique and appreciate the unique needs each individual has. That’s why our Allied Health Professionals work as an integral team to provide an individualised yet holistic care to address the unique needs of every individual with special needs. Adopting a person-centred approach, we maximise their development and well-being from a multidisciplinary lens, enabling them to each lead an optimal quality of life.

Psychology
Our team of passionate psychologists provides specialised assessment and interventions for persons with special needs, focusing on enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional health.
Speech and Language Therapy
Our highly trained speech and language therapists enhance communication, speech, and social skills through evaluating and implementing a variety of intervention strategies for individuals with special needs who face challenges in speech, language, and communication.
Occupational Therapy
Our occupational therapists' team achieves individualised goals by mapping out personalised intervention strategies for persons with special needs to develop their motor, cognitive, social, and adaptive skills, enabling them to participate in meaningful everyday activities.
Physiotherapy
Our experienced physiotherapists focus on developing, maintaining, and restoring range of motion and functional ability in persons with special needs. Adopting a lifespan approach, we implement a combination of treatment approaches and intervention techniques to enhance their muscle strength, coordination, and overall health.
Social Work
Our Social Workers are dedicated to address the unique needs of families of individuals with special needs by implementing individualised care plans, providing much-needed emotional and physical support.

Our Speech & Language Therapists provide:

  • Screen, assess and diagnose speech, language and communication challenges
  • Devise and implement individual, small-group and classroom-based intervention programmes to enhance communication performance
  • Provide education and training to direct-care providers in management of communication with persons with intellectual disability
  • Engage in relevant research

Our Occupational Therapists Role

  • Screen and assess learning difficulties and sensory integration dysfunction
  • Evaluate and improve skills in play/leisure, self-care, school/work performance, and community living using a host of equipment and assistive technology
  • Plan and carry out individualised or group treatment programs most suited to the functional needs of persons with intellectual disability to enable them to achieve independence in daily living activities
  • Provide resources, information, and training to direct-care providers.

Our Physiotherapists Role

  • Screen and assess learning difficulties and sensory integration dysfunction
  • Evaluate and improve skills in play/leisure, self-care, school/work performance, and community living using a host of equipment and assistive technology
  • Plan and carry out individualised or group treatment programs most suited to the functional needs of persons with intellectual disability to enable them to achieve independence in daily living activities
  • Provide resources, information, and training to direct-care providers.

Our Psychologists Role

  • Conduct psychological assessment of social, emotional, behavioural, and learning difficulties
  • Develop intervention programmes, e.g., individual or group therapy
  • Provide education and training, as well as collaborate with direct-care providers in implementing a unified intervention strategy

Our Social Workers Role

  • Understand the needs of parents and caregivers and provide suitable options and care services to address their needs
  • Provide counselling service and support to families in need
  • Assess the family’s financial situation and provide assistance when necessary
  • Promote the rights of persons with intellectually disability
  • Plan and organise parent-training workshops and establish support groups for families