Petachya’s language-oriented kindergartens provide a remedial educational and therapeutic framework for children diagnosed with speech-language pathology and/or emotional challenges. Class size is limited to 12 students, enabling individual attention to be given to each child throughout the daily classroom activities.
To bridge various developmental gaps between children with disabilities and their peers, to give them the requisite learning tools and social skills and hone their abilities, in order to enable them to eventually integrate into a regular educational framework.
At the language-oriented kindergarten, children benefit from a therapy-focused curriculum and an array or supplemental paramedical treatments including sessions with a speech therapist, an occupational therapist, and psychotherapist.
Aside from these therapies, Petachya is constantly developing enrichment programs that enhance children’s skills and abilities. For example, Petachya’s aftercare staff receives guidance and instruction from the kindergarten staff, to ensure the didactic and therapeutic work being done in the mornings is carried over and maintained even in the afternoon.
Petachya’s language-oriented kindergartens are designed and equipped to the highest standards, making for an engaging and stimulating learning environment. Each kindergarten has auxiliary rooms for individualized therapy sessions, with state-of-the-art equipment and the latest in diagnostic tools.
Petachya’s kindergarten staff works hand in hand with the Ministry of Education’s supervision and guidance staff and consistently meets its professional and pedagogic criteria, earning the Ministry’s trust and esteem.