HOW WE HELP
HOW WE HELP
We are internationally certified
WE ARE SPECIALIZED IN
Although, the majority of late-talking children acquire typical language at a later age with no long-term difficulties, no words at 2 years may indicate a variety of developmental disorders, such as autism, intellectual disabilities, speech disorder, or social communication disorder.Read more
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability; signs typically appear during early childhood and affect a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. ASD is a “spectrum condition” that affects individuals differently and to varying degrees.Read more
Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the most commonly diagnosed mental disorder of children. Children with ADHD may be hyperactive and unable control their impulses. Or they may have trouble paying attention. These behaviors interfere with school and home life.Read more
Language Disorder is a communication disorders that interferes with the development of language in children who have no hearing loss or intellectual disabilities. Language disorders can affect a child’s speaking, listening, reading, or writing.Read more
FEEDING / EATING DISORDERS
A feeding disorder involves a child’s refusal to eat certain food groups, textures, solids, or liquids, which causes them to not gain enough weight.
Although, avoiding certain food may be part of normal development, clinical intervention is required when the child’s growth is affected.Read more
Challenging behavior is any behavior that interferes with a child’s learning, engagement, and social interactions with her peers or adults. Challenging behavior can make it difficult for children to learn well and has negative short-term and long-term effects. Read more
WHY PEOPLE CHOOSE US?
FOCUS ON SOCIALIZATION AND COMMUNICATION
We believe that therapy means to create the conditions for a child to learn from their daily interactions. Learning list of words and isolated skills does not work. Children need to learn to establish meaningful social relationships, without that, any knowledge or language remains unutilized. That is why socialization is what we work since the very first session.
What is the right therapy for my child? Research shows that the major therapeutic approaches for Social and Communication Disorders can be combined in a coherent clinical practice. Our experience tell us that interventions are more effective when they integrated different strategies under a common theoretical frame.
We are the one of the few provider in Indonesia certified by the International Board of Behavior Analysis. Clients that access our services can be sure that they are receiving a treatment in line with the best international practice.
We recruit and select only the most passionate and brilliant candidate, from the best universities or with proven working experience. Every Therapist at Joyin completes our certified therapist training, one of the very few in Indonesia, and is closely supervised by our team of licensed professionals.
We offer evidence-based naturalistic developmental–behavioral interventions that incorporate elements of both developmental interventions (such as ESDM and EMT) and applied behavior analysis (ABA).
Initially treatment typically involves 1:1 staffing and gradually includes small-group formats as appropriate.
Treatment components generally include the following areas:
• adaptive and self-care skills
• attending and social referencing
• cognitive functioning
• community participation
• coping and tolerance skills
• emotional development
• family relationships
• language and communication
• play and leisure skills
• pre-academic skills
• reduction of interfering or inappropriate behaviors
• safety skills
• self-advocacy and independence
• social relationships
• vocational skills
Through play and its infinite possibilities, children learn the world: accepting and negotiating rules, following and leading, taking turns, assuming social roles, compete or cooperate for a common goal.
Children are matched by age and developmental level in small groups (max 5 participants) with high children/therapist ratio.
We follow the principles of the Group-Based Denver Model and implement a social skills curriculum composed of 40 individual skills, ranging from basic social skills (e.g. handling items to peer, taking for turn, attending simple instructions in a group, etc.) to advance (e.g. giving direction to peers in a cooperative activity, engaging in make-believe activity with peers etc.).
- manage and reduce problematic behavior (tantrum, hyperactivity, attention deficit, aggression, self-injury, noncompliance, sleeping and eating problems, etc.)
- effective way to teach speech and communication
- teach daily living skills (take care of themselves, road safety, learning to use the toilet, etc.)
The training is carried out by experienced and qualified professionals with one or both parents and children and involves the direct model of teaching procedures to be used with children.
We believe that parents involvement in the treatment and education of their children is very important and can greatly improve the quality of life of children and families.
Our team of child psychologists can help. We have extensive experience in the application of the most effective clinical interventions today available. With the practical help of our psychologist, you can provide to your child with the psychological wellbeing that it is so important during his development.
We have clinical experience and extreme high success rates on problems such as:
- Intense crying
- eating problems (refusal or selectivity),
- attention deficit,
- aggressive behaviors,
- self injury
…and many other severe problem behaviors.
Do not hesitate to Contact us for more information.
Whatever intervention your child is receiving, evaluate regularly your child’s progress is essential. We offer objective and accurate evaluation of your child progress using some of the most reliable instruments available today
You can benefit from our evaluation service if:
- Your therapist/school/clinic does not provide you with regular objective evaluation of progress
- Your therapist/school/clinic tends to define progress in very vague terms such as less hyperactive, more focus and similar
- You struggle to see result of treatment in daily life or changes are minimal
- You are attempting interventions with no or very limited scientific support (such as sensory integration, biomedical interventions, etc.)
Make sure you are spending your money and your child’s time at the best, contact us now to book an appointment.
Yayasan Baik, it’s time to learn and achieve!