Physiotherapy is an integral element of ALEH’s daily routine. Each resident has a personal treatment program, developed according to individual needs and abilities.
More frequent hydrotherapy means greater progress, enabling children to move without pain and thus enhancing quality of life through the positive release of energy and building self-esteem.
Special needs protective helmets, custom made for individual fit, keep children safe from injury or harm and offer varying degrees of head protection during seizures or everyday activity.
The knee immobilizer enables the stretch of hamstring muscles with the goal of lengthening and preventing shortening of the muscle – a goal that has direct effect on ability to stand.
The BIG MAC vocal output system is an alternative communication method that enables non-verbal students to communicate with their surroundings, making known their wants, desires and feelings.
Switch operated games are adapted to be accessible to children with special needs, creating sensory stimulation that produces immediate response. These games constitute an important element in occupational therapy treatments.