Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” ‘Thomas Edison’

Early Intervention

Early intervention services help infants and toddlers with disabilities or delays to learn many key skills and catch up in their development

Parent’s involvement

Parents are made part of all therapy sessions. Usually the 6th session of every month is taken up by parent where therapist works indirectly and facilitates the sessions.

Dedicated guidance

Parents are encouraged to ask, enquire and discuss. Parent-therapist meeting is held every month to discuss goals achieved and goals to be achieved.


The child is made to be an active participant during therapy. All the activities are executed by child.

Why Enablemind

We aim make everyone self sustainable, kids and parents both. We provide adequate exposure to parents, to enable them to become independent with respect to provide intervention to their children

Our Facilities

Intervention Therapy

One–on-One session and group therapy sessions are planned for children with developmental and emotional issues. Individualised plan is decided depending on needs and diagnosis. The plan is divided into short term and long term goals. The goals are decided after a detailed analysis and assessment.  Family and parental involvement is ensured during the Individualised education and learning planning. The broad objective is to enable the family /parents to take over the intervention programme and make the child functional

Early Intervention

Early intervention services are a range of targeted services to help young children who have developmental delays or specific health conditions. Providing services early helps children catch up and increases their chances for success in school and life overall

Psychological Assessment

Assessment process at Enablemind is means of gathering critical information about your child’s development. The methods used to gather information includes observation of the child (group and one-on-one), case intake session and interviews with the family, checklists, informal test and standardized formal test measures. The information obtained through assessment procedures will aid in proper diagnosis and identifying the child as eligible for developmental intervention


Experiential learning, Videos, game /activity based theme are used to conduct training and orientation for teachers and parents. The topics covered are identification of children with learning disability, ADHD, Autism and developmental disabilities. The interactive sessions on understating children and management of their behavioral concerns inside structured and unstructured environment aim at creating awareness.

Training and Career

Workshop and interactive sessions on soft skills like time management, stress management, personality development, and communication skills for middle and high school children.

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Our Programmes

Individual therapy

• One-on-one therapy
• As per individual’s requirement
• Children above 3 years
• Focuses on individual’s academic and cognitive development.
• Thrice a week at least.
• VAKT approach (Visual, Auditory, Kinaesthetic and Tactile)

Early intervention

• Children with cognitive, developmental delay and intellectual impairment
• Children between 2 to 6 years
• Duration: 3-4 hours
• Pre-reading, pre-writing and pre-math skills
• Work towards inclusion and fully integrated school
• Holistic approach – Child centred and Activity centred

After school programme

• Group therapy
• For children above 3 years
• Duration: 2 hours
• Focus on Social, Emotional and Occupational development.
• Full participation and involvement by parents
• Group formed as per age, problem areas and competence.

Self-help skills

• Especially for intellectually impaired
• For children above 3 years
• Functional skills
• Functional analysis of behaviour
• Training of parents
• Home based programme