Exciting News: the LiFT programme is
now available to do at home!
At the Child Development Centre, we treat your child, not their label.
We tackle the cause of your child’s challenges, not the symptoms.
Our team of dedicated, highly qualified professionals use a unique multidisciplinary approach to diagnose the underlying cause of your child’s problem.
This diagnosis gives us an in-depth understanding of your child’s neurological development, and allows us to devise the most effective, tailor-made treatment programme.
Your child will achieve their full potential within a shorter timeframe.
With our specialised programmes and our combination of Paediatric Speech and Language Therapy, Listening Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Biomedical Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy and Psychology, we are seeing children achieve incredible results.
As leaders in field of child development, we work closely with you, giving you the tools to better understand your child’s challenges.
We can help if your child is struggling with any of these challenges:
Sensory Processing Disorder, Auditory Processing Disorder, Specific Language Impairment, Autism, Asperger’s syndrome, ADHD, Dyspraxia, Developmental Co-ordination Disorder, Global Developmental Delay, Down’s Syndrome, Concentration Difficulties, Reading difficulties, Learning difficulties, Listening Problems or Hearing Difficulties.
New Ebook Now Available!
Unlocking your Child’s Potential E-Book
In Unlocking Your Child’s Potential: Music is the Key consultant speech & language therapist Karen O’Connor describes how children with Autism, Auditory Processing Disorder, Dyspraxia and other developmental challenges make remarkable progress with the help of music-based sound therapy.
“The techniques described in this book have the power to change children’s lives forever.” – Dr. Goodwin McDonnell – General Practitioner
“For the first time in his short life, he has begun initiating communication with us. His range and frequency of sounds has increased considerably and he has a noticeably greater awareness of and interest in his environment. He is happier and more settled in himself and is sleeping better at night.”