The Hemam Learning Difficulties Centre carefully designs individual treatments and educational plans comprised of behaviour reduction and skill acquisition programs using Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Natural Environment Teaching (NET), Small Group Instructions/Activities, Occupational Therapy, Speech & Language Therapy (SLT).

These supplementary therapies are applied in an effort to maximise learning and life skill potential. They are conducted with a solid focus on enabling children to attend mainstream schools and classes with their peers.
HEMAM Learning Support Centre is located within a mainstream school environment, which provides students the opportunity to witness and experience the students and surroundings of a typical educational environment. This helps to encourage, motivate and prepare the child for mainstream school.
Our highly qualified team of practitioners are committed to ensuring that your child progresses at a practical pace with the care and attention they deserve.
In addition to autism, a number of other behavioural disorders can afflict a child throughout a number of stages in life. The treatment programmes we offer at HEMAM Learning Support Centre are largely based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis, (ABA) which helps children boost their learning and development potential for life in school and beyond. The proven scientific approaches to ABA therapy help the individuals we serve lead happy, independent and productive lives.
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Considered the most evidence-based treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that can improve social, communication and learning skills with a strong emphasis on positive reinforcement.

Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) are developed for students exhibiting challenging behaviors including but not limited to: tantrums, aggression, self-injury, property destruction, task-refusal, and food-refusal.

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Speech & Language Therapy is an integral part of our treatment. As speech becomes a major way of expressing oneself, it becomes a necessity for the child to master expressing themselves through their speech. Speech and language are needed in our society to achieve individual aims in life. 

Our occupational therapists use a holistic approach in planning programmes. They take into account the physical, social, emotional, sensory and cognitive abilities and needs of students.

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