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Therapeutic Units

The common characteristics of intellectual disabilities are: difficulty in learning and processing information; problems with abstract thought; and problems with social interactions occur at varying levels unique to each individual. Intellectual impairment involves problems with mental abilities that affect day-to-day functioning in three areas:

  • Conceptual – includes problems with skill in language, reading, writing, mathematics, reasoning, memory, knowledge retention.
  • Social – refers to issues with empathy, judgment, communication, making and keeping friends, and other social functions.
  • Practical – focuses on problems with self-care, like personal hygiene, job duties, personal finance & organization.

For KVTC it’s critical that parents who suspect their child may have an intellectual impairment seek counseling and help from their qualified mental health and medical professionals. For them we create a therapeutic unit whose services are given below:

Psychodiagnostic & Counseling

Clinical psychologists meet with trainee to identify problems emotional, mental and behavioral in their lives. Through observation, interviews and tests, the psychologist will diagnose any existing or potential disorders. They formulate a program of treatment according to the client’s needs. Psychologists monitor the client’s progress on a regular basis to ensure that their needs are met by the course of action, and to adjust it if necessary.

Sensory Integration

Sensory Unit at KVTC is divided into two rooms. One room is specifically designed as the “Therapeutic Room” with a present day Western researched cubicle type of a setting for the population diagnosed with Sensory Integration Disorder. It is an acute or long-term care corner that is converted into quiet room spaces which are designed to be more sensory supportive and used primarily for the purposes of crisis de-escalation and/or prevention.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy Unit at KVTC is an educational and practice-oriented health profession concerned with rehabilitation. In occupational therapy, the assessment process provides the baseline for intervention and often focuses on identifying and defining an individual’s priorities and the factors that enable or limit his/her occupational performance.

Speech Therapy

Sensory Unit at KVTC is divided into two rooms. One room is specifically designed as the “Therapeutic Room” with a present day Western researched cubicle type of a setting for the population diagnosed with Sensory Integration Disorder. It is an acute or long-term care corner that is converted into quiet room spaces which are designed to be more sensory supportive and used primarily for the purposes of crisis de-escalation and/or prevention.

Arts Therapy

Art therapy is a mental health profession that uses the creative process of art making to improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of individuals of all ages.