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Introduction To Our Core Program

The Integrated Classroom Therapy Program

Welcome to Sanad Village, where our Integrated Classroom Therapy Program, based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), is designed to provide a holistic and comprehensive approach to enhancing the functional skills of each student. Our primary goal is to empower your child to excel in various skills such as socialization, play, academic performance, and independent living through adaptive skills. Operating on a full-time basis from Monday to Friday, 8 am to 2 pm (with a Friday exception finishing at 12:30 pm), Sanad Village caters to students from early years through adulthood.

The Integrated Classroom Therapy program is structured into three sub-programs tailored to specific age groups: Early Intervention (ages 2-8), Elementary (ages 8-13), and Vocational (ages 13 and above). Each sub-program has main focuses that align with the age and current development of the child, ensuring targeted support for their unique needs.

Our experienced therapists adhere to the proven techniques of ABA in a group/classroom-like setting. We take pride in our high staff-to-student ratio, ensuring focused and specialized care for each individual. If deemed necessary, a student may have their own 1:1 therapist whilst still remaining amongst their peers in the classroom and engaging in group activities.

Within each program, we offer a diverse range of age-appropriate activities to keep your child engaged and learning new skills. Each student benefits from a tailorized intervention plan that targets specific goals and objectives. The program integrates group sessions of Speech and Language, as well as Occupational therapy, to complement the application of ABA techniques. In addition to this, recognizing that some students may require additional specialized attention, we are pleased to offer 1:1 speech and occupational therapy sessions at an additional cost to cater to their specific needs.

In our carefully structured classrooms, students actively participate among their peers, engaging in group activities that foster a sense of community and promote social skills. As part of the program, your child will have the opportunity to participate in various workshop activities, including:

  • Physical Education
  • Cooking (both heat and non-heat cooking)
  • Music
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Micro-farming
  • Woodwork
  • Pottery
  • Sewing and Knitting
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