Special Needs Care

Handicapped people are an integral part of our society who play a vital role in it. They may require a special kind of care to help them reach their potential. WeCare provides support and care to handicapped people of all ages and segments and empowering them to face their daily struggles and overcome their weaknesses to live a better life.

Sub Services for Special Needs Care

Handicapped people are an integral part of our society who play a vital role in it. They may require a special kind of care to help them reach their potential.
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Autism Care

Providing autism care for youngsters and elderly alike. Specialized team will work with autistics to improve their learning and communication skills in a safe and loving environment while helping parents and family members accept by understanding the situation.
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Cerebral Palsy Care

Children with cerebral palsy have special needs. Treatments are mostly handled by your child’s doctors. your child will need a qualified person to provide ongoing care and monitoring to meet their needs.
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Care for patients with Down Syndrome

Down syndrome is a genetic condition that results in a broad range of cognitive and physical delays. but your child will need a qualified person to provide ongoing care and monitoring to meet their needs; and modify irregular behaviors and develop his skills.
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Speech Language Therapy

Qualified specialists support both children and adults who have difficulties with communication or speech (enunciation) are most likely to develop appropriate training programs (depending on their case) to reach better results.
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Learning difficulties Care

Children with a learning disability find it harder to learn, understand and communicate with others. Having an experienced specialist looking over the situation and setting up appropriate educational programs can make a huge difference.
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Difficulty walking

Accurate diagnosis is critical in this case because the treatment can depend on the cause of the illness. the building of the treatment program by the specialist and follow-up exercises by caregiver is the ideal solution to restore balance and movement in an acceptable manner.