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In Sep 2016, we started this new home located in the heart of East Coast Road. Please drop by and see our fantastic facilities and resources for yourself.

Tell me and I forget. 
Teach me and I remember.
Involve me and I learn.

— Chinese Proverb

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; 

teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

- English Proverb
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Group Therapy







Centre Based


Out & About

Symptoms suggesting a need for therapy 

  • A lack of a hand preference for fine motor activities such as handwriting : use either hand to grab the pencil. 
  • Difficulties with coordination on a staircase (moving down the staircase rather slowly)
  • Lack of spatial and body awareness (eg. tripping over things).
  • Appearing clumsy and uncoordinated: difficulty with swimming, scooter or bicycle. 
  • Poor fine-motor skills:  difficulty with buttoning, cutting, tying shoe laces
  • Delay in walking, buttock shuffling 
  • Skip crawling
  • handwriting issues 
  • Has short attention span: move away from the group activities frequently. 
  • Limited play skills: only play with certain toys such as trains and like to line them up. 
  • Poor playground skills: fear of moving down the ladder or slide in the playground 
Visual Perception 
  • letter reversal issues: confuse b,d,p,q
Sensory processing
  • Poor sensory processing: easily affected by sound from hair dryer , vacuum cleaner; does not like the label of clothes, grass; does not like hair cut
  • tiptoeing
  • sensitive to sound
  • high pain threshold; enjoys crashing
  • mouthing objects
  • looks at lights or fan for a prolong period of time
  • Poor memory 
  • slow Processing speed 
  • poor sequencing 
Social skills 
  • Anger and emotional issue
  • lack of awareness of others 

We provide the following interventions:

  • Neuro-developmental Technique

  • Gross & Fine Motor Development Training

  • Handwriting Without Tears Skills

  • Cognitive Orientation to Daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP)

  • Therapeutic Listening Programme (music therapy program from the US, vital sounds)

  • DIR Floortime approach 

  • Visual-perceptual Assessment and Training (using paper and computer based program)

  • Sensory Integration (Wilbarger brushing protocol, Astronaut spinning protocol, heavy work exercises)  

  • Interactive Metronome Program

  • Social Skills Program (Social Thinking program, how does your engine run)

Any child experiencing challenges preventing them from living life to the fullest could potentially benefit from occupational therapy services.

What to Expect

Initial consultation 

This is a discussion between the therapist and the caregiver. The goal of an initial consultation is the ascertain whether a child may benefit from an assessment. Parents are encouraged to ask questions. These questions may include anything about their child or questions about the therapists' qualifications and their fit for the family – there are no incorrect questions and we are happy to answer any queries you may have. 


When a child is engaging in therapy session there will be regular reviews to assess how much progress the individual has made, whether they have achieved their goals or whether continuation of therapy is recommended. 


If a family proceeds with an assessment, this may take place at the centre. The assessment will involve a series of activities and observations which the therapist uses to analyse the child’s skills. To the child, this will appear as a series of fun and interactive games. Following the assessment, the therapist will discuss the child's skills with their parents and determine whether therapy sessions are required.


The therapy sessions may take place at the centre. Sessions take place in a consistent pattern to provide the child with a sense of routine and control over the process. We use the “just right” challenge when choosing activities to support skills development. This means the activity is challenging enough for the child to develop skills, whilst also feeling confident and successful. 


Tel. 9093 9471

442A Joo Chiat Road Singapore 427655



Monday - Saturday: 9.00 - 6pm

-By Appointment Only-



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