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SI World @ Kepong

6100  5637
No. 40, Jalan 2/62,
Bandar Menjalara, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur 52200
016–225 9XXX
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Established in 2006, SI World currently has 16 professional therapy centers in Klang Valley, Kedah, Perak & Sabah. Therapies provided are sensory integration therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and physiotherapy.

We provide therapies to children with special needs depending on their needs. After consultation, we will come up with an individual program for each child. Our therapists will be responsible in doing the therapies for the children. 
Parents are encouraged to take up individual parents training with us so that they know what they can do at home to help their children further. We also provide Backup Education to help children who are being rejected by their kindergartens or having difficulties coping in schools.
We Welcome:
1) Children or teenagers aged between 0 - 16 years. 
2) Conditions that we are treating including:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Down Syndrome
- Developmental Coordination Disorder (Dyspraxia)
- Language Disorder
- Speech Sound Disorder
- Social Communication Disorder
- Specific Learning Disorder (Dyslexia, Dyscalculia)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Other developmental problems
Treatment Approaches 
- Sensory Integration Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Physiotherapy
- Speech Therapy
Operating Hours
Mon to Sun          9:00am – 7:00pm

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Other Details

Age range : 0 – 16 years old

Programme / Teaching Methods: Sensory Integration Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Physiotherapy and Special Education

Facilities : Indoor Equipments

Language : English, Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese

Helpful Reviews

Clarissa's Therapist rates this listing with

- Very active and difficult to calm her down;
- Poor visual-spatial, therefore often put herself in a wrong position and had poor adjustment with spaces;
- Poor sense of danger – jumped down from moving swings without notice;
- Problem with modulation – got excited very easily;
- Very disorganized and always didn’t know what she had to do next;
- No patience and was rushing all the time;
- Always overlooked the details;
- Poor body sense and under sensitive to pain;
- Poor concept of colors and shapes;
- Blurred and couldn’t understand verbal instructions;
- Weak bilateral coordination – either hit ball with both hands or right hand but couldn’t hit with alternate hand.

- Calm and steady, therefore able to walk properly, put down her bag and sit down to wait for time/mother;
- More organized – knows what she has to do although still making mistakes;
- Would stay still on swings and less worried about her safety;
- Not rushing anymore and will wait for her turn;
- Better in visual-spatial and has better adjustment when crossing the obstacles;
- More aware of her body and feels pain more reasonably;
- Starts to understand simple verbal instructions e.g. ‘turn’, ‘take out’, ‘put here’ etc…
- Starts to hit ball with alternate hand.

26/01/2016 - 10:56 am

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