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Remedial therapy involves all those actions that helps children with learning disabilities to overcome their difficulties. Remedial therapy is usually taken on one to one or three to four children with one teacher. We take the informal assessment of the child and then the decide where the child stands or what are his difficulties and then decide on the best way to remediate.

Every child learns in a different way and it is very important to understand this. We try to find out which way or the method the child will learn best and try to give the best to the child. Once the child overcomes the problems, we take up his school academics and then work on the child with school syllabus but in a remedial manner. Interventional strategies are decided and then we start working on it.

The child may need phonemic awareness skill, vocabulary development, grammar skills or mental calculations. Whatever the area of difficulty, we start working on it. Remedial therapists make use of various remedial aids and methods and advise teachers and parents on ways to assist the students concerned.


Audiblox is a structured multisensory brain-training program that accelerates learning by sharpening attention and concentration, developing accurate perception, improving memory and promoting logical thinking. Audiblox also improves reading, spelling and writing, and is effective for a variety of learning difficulties including dyslexia and dysgraphia. Audiblox is indispensable in the remedial education program. In cases of reading, spelling, or writing problems, astounding results can be obtained through regular and continued use of Audiblox

Foundational skills addressed by Audiblox includes:

  •   Concentration
  •   Accurate perception
  •   Visual discrimation of color, form, size, and position
  •   Visual / auditory /sequential memory
  •   Short term / long term /working memory
  •   Concepts of numbers
  •   Reasnoing / logical thinking
  •   Fine motor / Gross motor / Sensor-motor coordination


Brain Gym movements, exercises, or activities refer to the original 26 Brain Gym movements, sometimes abbreviated as the 26. These activities recall the movements naturally done during the first years of life when learning to coordinate the eyes, ears, hands, and whole body. Clients, teachers, and students have been reporting for over 20 years on the effectiveness of these simple activities. Even though it is not clear yet "why" these movements work so well, they often bring about dramatic improvements in areas such as:

  •   Concentration and Focus
  •   Memory
  •   Academics: reading, writing,math, test taking
  •   Physical coordination
  •   Relationships
  •   Self-responsibility
  •   Organization skills
  •   Attitude


Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE) is a cognitive intervention/brain development program. The FIE program has been successfully used all over the world as a tool for the enhancement of learning potential and cognitive functioning of children and adults. For individuals with special needs, FIE is used as a remediation program. For higher functioning learners IE is a tool of cognitive enrichment. It boosts the cognitive functioning/intelligence of a child. Students develop the skills and habits of thinking that enable them to process information, think critically, see connections, visualize spatial and temporal relations and communicate clearly – basic cognitive skills for social, academic and professional competence and success.

The Feuerstein Theory, technically called Structural Cognitive Modifiability and Mediated Learning Experience , and the Feuerstein Method called Instrumental Enrichment, are founded on the premise that intelligence is not a fixed quality, determined at birth by one’s genes. Rather, it is a variable that can be developed at every stage of life. A person can over come even inborn barriers and traumas