Student centered planning
Functional approach to care
All programs have a comprehensive care approach where different services are involved depending on the needs of the students.
Stimulate children in their first months of life in a timely manner, as well as to provide their families with the necessary tools to promote the acquisition of cognitive, physical, communication, socio-emotional and adaptive development skills in their children.
Program for children from 0-18 months of age with risk factors to developing psychomotor developmental delay or cerebral palsy.
Provide comprehensive stimulation for young children with neurological with neurological injury, along with counseling and training to their families to minimize the sequels and achieve the maximum development of all their skills.
Program for children from birth to 5 years of age with delayed psychomotor development or cerebral psychomotor development or cerebral palsy.
Contribute, along with the families, to the development of the capacities and potential of the
cognitive, physical, social and affective aspects, in order to achieve the affective aspects, in order for them to achieve the highest level of functionality and participate in accordance with their possibilities in the educational, family and social social environments.
Program for young children with cerebral palsy from 2 to 15 years of age.
Support the entrance and permanence of students with cerebral palsy in early childhood cerebral palsy in early education and regular elementary basic education schools, through the orientation, training and accompaniment to management and teaching staff in the identification and elimination of barriers to participation achievement of students, as well as direct attention to students out of school hours.
Children with cerebral palsy between 3 and 12 years of age who attend regular schools.
Provide families with specialized counseling for their child's care needs, in addition to medical and therapeutic follow-up to promote and improve their quality of life, as well as that of their families quality of life through direct training and the and strengthening the use of existing resources in the community.
Children and young people from newborn to 18 years of age who present risk factors for a delay in their psychomotor developmental delay or with diagnosis of cerebral palsy, whose family is unable to attend the Institute on a regular basis.
Yes, in case you need support you can apply for a scholarship to the Social Work department.
Call the Social Work department to request an appointment and start the admission process.