After the assessment and evaluation, an individualized treatment plan is developed to address your child’s areas of skill deficits and challenging behaviors. A treatment team is carefully selected to accommodate the needs of your child and your family. During one-on-one ABA therapy, a behavior therapist will work with your child, to teach a variety of skills that your child needs to learn such as language skills, beginning learner skills, social and play skills, self-care skills and academic skills. The behavior therapist will also work on reducing any problem behaviors your child exhibits such as tantrums and aggression. Parent training will be conducted during the sessions.
Be Change will provide assistance for school goers who need special attention in their academic skills. Individualized attention is provided to improve their academic skills such as reading, maths and writing.
Swimming for Special Need children
Be Change Centre is proud to provide swimming program for special need children specifically designed for children with Autism. We train the Kids with Autism to be safe in and around the water. Our lessons build confidence through recognizing the unique personalities and strengths of each swimmer as an individual while focusing on water safety and developing practical swimming skills. The program is customized for each child’s emotional and developmental abilities, with the goal being to help each child become physically active, build self-confidence and self-esteem, learn the life-saving skill of swimming, and eventually to integrate into smaller groups
We offer these lessons at an indoor swimming pool of Gurukul Sports Academy in Marathahalli, Bangalore. Each class is 30 minutes long and is led by Behavior therapists (ABA) from our centre. We have 4 years of experience in teaching swimming to children with Autism and taught more than 80 kids with Autism within this 4 years. Please contact us to find out more how swimming lessons can enhance your child’s life.
Be Change provides comprehensive early intervention programs based on the principles and techniques of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). The science of ABA is used as the foundation of our early intervention programs. ABA has an extensive empirical research base supporting its use as best practice within the field of early intervention and Autism.
There is no debate or doubt: early intervention is child’s best hope for the future. Early attention to improving the core behavioral symptoms of autism will give your child – and the rest of the family – several important benefits that you will not gain if you take a wait-and-see approach until your child enters school at the age four or five. A good early intervention program has at least four benefits: It will provide your child with instruction that will build on his or her strengths to teach new skills, improve behaviors and remediate areas of weakness. It will provide you with information that will help you better understand your child’s behavior and needs. It will offer resources, support and training that will enable you to work and play with your child more effectively. It will improve the outcome for your child. For these reasons, an intervention program for your child should be implemented as soon as possible after he or she receives a diagnosis.
We know that raising a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder can be an incredible challenge. However, we believe that you have an important role to play in reinforcing the work that we do. We encourage you to participate in and glean all that you can from our work and support groups. We recognize that dealing with an autistic child doesn’t end with a clinical office visit. That’s why we’ve focused on a variety of parent training programs to help educate you on caring for your autistic child. Teaches parents how to begin to stimulate play, speech and language within the home environment. Speech-language pathologists demonstrate effective interactive play strategies and offer parents an opportunity to practice their new learning while interacting with their children during the training sessions.