Holding Plant

An early start is vitally important and we invite children as little as 6 years old to join our remedial centres. We focus on a sensory and perceptual program during this phase and start to incorporate pre-literacy, numeracy, life and social skills. Reflex integration in conjunction with neuro-developmental activities are presented daily to strengthen neural maturation. Our TheraEd Approach creates a loving and nurturing environment to assist them to enter into a  learning environment. 


Seven to 10 year old's are accommodated at this level with the possibility of an added 2 years, depending on development. We continue with our sensory and perceptual programs, adding functional literacy, numeracy, life and social skills. We combine these, within our remedial centres, with ASDAN New Horizons curriculum. Within our TheraEd environment, they learn to socially interact, regulate emotions and behaviour. Our daily iDevelop programs continue with neuro-developmental activities as indicated by their iMAP's. We start training functional skills at this level. 


For children aged 11 to 15 (+ 2 years) years old are invited into this centre where we focus on life and social skills combined with practical skills development. We follow a differentiated CAPS curriculum and work on functional English and Mathematics combined with the ASDAN Transition Challenge Curriculum. Daily iDevelop programs are followed where we continue to focus on personalising their program accordingly to their needs. Weekly care circles assist with emotional intelligence and social interaction. 


Adolescents from 16 years up to 18 are assisted in this remedial centre where we focus on life, social and practical skills development and incorporate functional aspects such as learner driver license preparation. We incorporate functional English and Mathematics and start building a CV for job shadowing and in-house work experience. ASDAN Short Courses and the International Bronze program is followed. Daily iDevelop activities combined with weekly care circles prepare them for life outside the Centre.