Mental, sensory and physical stimulation
Our stimulation programmes focus on:
- Mental stimulation: Develops awareness of self and environment. Builds self esteem.
- Sensory stimulation: Develops senses of sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste.
- Physical stimulation: Exercises to improve co-ordination and mobility. Produces endorphins.
- Social interaction: Encourages communication and builds relationships.
Through fun and play, arts and crafts, drama, music, dance, exercise and outings, adults with mental disabilities “beat the blues”, learn to express themselves, and enjoy a better quality of life.
For children with profound intellectual disability, therapeutic exercises stimulate the brain, facilitate body movements and sensory integration, and help to address physical, intellectual or emotional developmental delays.
For more information, call Londi Dlamini (Day Care) or Marsh Chetty (Residential Care) on 031 207 2707 or click here to send an e-mail.