Difficulties in the social use of speech. That is, it is difficult to get the attention of others, to look for things, to understand the intentions of their interlocutor, to start or end a conversation, and to stay on topic. (Factual Disorder).
- In the field of socialization (social development) we help a child mitigate and improve their difficult behavior. The child becomes independent through self-service, develops social skills and follows instructions.
- Through planned activities we develop perception, attention and memory (intellectual development).
- We attach importance to emotional development, to the understanding of emotions, to the perception of social meanings, and to the management of emotions and their expression.