- Equipped with a fully functional sensory gym and caters to any individual’s sensory needs which disrupt daily routines, be it mealtime, playtime or school work.
- Helps families in using everyday routines as opportunities to be calm, organized and ready to cope with various demands, may it be at home, school or within the community.
- Uses fun-filled activities in developing gross, fine motor and visual processing skills which are key components to play and academic learning.
- Works on developing executive functioning and self-regulation skills that are necessary to adapt to various demands and gain independent life skills.
What we can offer you
These are our services.
The Best of the Best Learning Partners
We have an excellent selection of teachers.
Francis L. Aure
Teacher Francis is a Physical Therapist who has been practicing as a Special Education Teacher since 2001. He is highly experienced in case managing/program leading, program development, parent/caregiver training and teaching of Individualized Educational Programs ranging from Early Intervention, Pre-Adolescent/ Adolescent Program as well as Internship, Transition Program and Job/Life Coach Program. He has undergone training abroad in Sensory Motor Feeding and Oral Placement Therapy. Francis capitalizes on identifying the learning style of an individual and their sensory needs . He creates and innovates educational materials to address individual needs. He makes sure that each students will be highly motivated to reach their maximum potential.
Ma. Clarisse P. Malilay
Teacher Clarisse who holds a degree in Speech Language Pathology had a varied professional experience which includes consultancy at Cebu Doctors’ Hospital, academic instructor of Cebu Doctors’ University, and a visiting consultant in iLearn Educational Intervention and Therapy Center in Cagayan de Oro City. She has completed training for PROMPT (Prompts for Reconstructing Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) for motor planning difficulties. Clarisse enjoys working with kids and helps them become optimally functional in the society. She aims to help kids communicate their needs and wants in order to survive social interactions in the community. She establishes relationships with parents and caregivers because she believes they are the best teachers that kids will ever have. Teacher Clarisse is here to help your child, one word at a time.
Rose Anne L. Aure
Teacher Inna has extensive pediatric experience both in New York City USA and in the Philippines in the last 15 years. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy at the University of Philippines Manila and worked in prestigious centers here in the Philippines. She continued her practice with New york Center for Infants and Toddlers, as an Occupational Therapy Supervisor where she worked with children birth to five years old and trained entry level occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants. She had undergone further training and seminars given by Kimberly Barthel, Julia Harper and Lucy Miller who are all world renowned occupational therapists in the field of sensory processing intervention. Inna’s clinical practice is also highly influenced by the principles of ICDL DIR (Development Individual Differences) program. While at New york Center for Infants and Toddlers, she participated in the research implementation of Connie Kasari’s JASPER (Joint Attention, Symbolic Play, Engagement, and Regulation) approach which uses naturalistic strategies to increase the rate and complexity of social communication. She is even more inspired in helping other families being an autism mom herself who would go above and beyond for her wonderful, sweet mickey mouse-loving boy.
Tiffany Candy R. Tambunting
Teacher Tiffany is an exceptional mother to her three children. After two childbirths, the second born premature due to a deficiency in her body, she was advised to undergo ligation. Her third pregnancy was the real challenge. She had to stay in the hospital for 6 months. However, Tiffany firmly believes that the Lord gives children as gifts, whatever a child’s imperfections are, because each challenge is an opportunity to improve oneself. This is her inspiration for anything she undertakes. In California, USA, she practiced as underwriter and loans processor, honed her responsible leadership skills especially in creative and practical problem-solving. Academically, she completed two degrees, in Nursing and in Hotel and Restaurant Management. Her personal challenges, academic and professional experience have developed in her a high regard for others, understanding how to deal with each person, and getting along with people in all walks of life.