Services: We are committed to providing our students with the highest quality education in a clean, safe, and nurturing environment. Our classrooms are equipped with the latest materials and technology, and our staff are highly trained and experienced.

Services: We are committed to providing our students with the highest quality education in a clean, safe, and nurturing environment. Our classrooms are equipped with the latest materials and technology, and our staff are highly trained and experienced.

Services: We are committed to providing our students with the highest quality education.

Services Consultation & Diagnosis Price
Special Needs Intensive Intervention 50USD
Inclusive School Readiness Program 70USD
Academic Assessment 175USD
Developmental Assessment 200USD

 

Services Consultation & Diagnosis Session time Price Opening hours
Special Needs Intensive Intervention (one-on-one) 1.5 Hours / Session 50$ Mon to Sat from 8.00 AM to 6.30 PM
Inclusive School Readiness Program 1.5 Hours / Session 75$ Mon to Sat from 8.00 AM to 6.30 PM
Developmental Assessment (DAYC-2, Vineland-3) 2 to 4 Hours 200$ Mon to Sat from 8.00 AM to 6.30 PM
Academic Assessment(WRAT-5) 2 Hours 175$ Mon to Sat from 8.00 AM to 6.30 PM

Facilities:

Waiting Area

OrbRom Center waiting area is a calming and inviting space for children and adults with special needs. The walls are painted in soft, neutral colors, and the furniture in the waiting area is designed to be comfortable and inviting. There is a variety of toys and sensory activities available to promote creativity, fine motor skills, and sensory exploration, such as Lego bricks, Kinetic Sand, and other age-appropriate games. The toy selection in the waiting area is carefully curated to appeal to children of all ages and abilities. The waiting area is also staffed by friendly and knowledgeable staff who are happy to answer questions and provide support.

Classroom

OrbRom classrooms are safe, structured, and supportive environments where students with special needs can thrive. The classrooms are equipped with a variety of visual supports to help students understand what is expected of them and how to participate in activities. These supports can include schedules, task boards, social stories, and pictures. The teachers in the OrbRom classrooms are highly trained in special education and have experience working with students with a variety of needs, including autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities. They use a variety of teaching methods, including individual instruction, individual attention and intensive intervention. They also use a variety of materials, such as manipulatives, technology, and books.

Sensory Room

In addition to the regular classroom, OrbRom also has a sensory room. The sensory room is a safe and calming environment where students can relax and de-stress. The room is equipped with a variety of sensory materials, such as lights, music, and textures, that can help students regulate their sensory input.

Waiting Area

OrbRom Center waiting area is a calming and inviting space for children and adults with special needs. The walls are painted in soft, neutral colors, and the furniture in the waiting area is designed to be comfortable and inviting. There is a variety of toys and sensory activities available to promote creativity, fine motor skills, and sensory exploration, such as Lego bricks, Kinetic Sand, and other age-appropriate games. The toy selection in the waiting area is carefully curated to appeal to children of all ages and abilities. The waiting area is also staffed by friendly and knowledgeable staff who are happy to answer questions and provide support.

Classroom

OrbRom classrooms are safe, structured, and supportive environments where students with special needs can thrive. The classrooms are equipped with a variety of visual supports to help students understand what is expected of them and how to participate in activities. These supports can include schedules, task boards, social stories, and pictures. The teachers in the OrbRom classrooms are highly trained in special education and have experience working with students with a variety of needs, including autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities. They use a variety of teaching methods, including individual instruction, individual attention and intensive intervention. They also use a variety of materials, such as manipulatives, technology, and books.

Sensory Room

In addition to the regular classroom, OrbRom also has a sensory room. The sensory room is a safe and calming environment where students can relax and de-stress. The room is equipped with a variety of sensory materials, such as lights, music, and textures, that can help students regulate their sensory input.

OrbRom Center waiting area is a calming and inviting space for children and adults with special needs.

OrbRom classrooms are safe, structured, and supportive environments where students with special needs can thrive. The classrooms are equipped with a variety of visual supports to help students understand what is expected of them and how to participate in activities.

In addition to the regular classroom, OrbRom also has a sensory room. The sensory room is a safe and calming environment where students can relax and de-stress.

Questions and Answers

Autism-Focused Intervention:

  • Social Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Behavior
  • ADL (Activities of Daily Living)
  • Motor Skills

Dyscalculia- Focused Intervention:

  • Early Numeracy Skills
  • Developing Number Skills
  • Calculating
  • Shape, space and measurement

Dysgraphia- Focused Intervention:

  • Imitating simple block design
  • Copies letters and signs
  • Prints letters on the paper
  • Prints numbers on the paper
  • Draw a person
  • Punctuation and Capitalization
  • Letter reversal
  • Poor spacing

Dyspraxia- Focused Intervention:

  • Pencil Grasp
  • Paper Position
  • Fine Motor Skills Coordination
  • Sitting posture
  • -Visual-Spatial
  • Scissor Skills

Dyslexia- Focused Intervention (reading and spelling problems):

  • Phonic Awareness and Phonics
  • Basic reading & Spelling
  • Reading fluency
  • Reading comprehension

ADHD- Focused Interventions:

  • Nutrition
  • Daily routine
  • Organizational skill
  • Behavior
  • Self-regulation
  • Monitoring

One teacher focuses only on one student for one hour and half sessions. One-on-one intervention can be a very effective way to help students with special needs to succeed in school. By providing individual attention, the interventionist can tailor the interventions to the specific needs of the student. This can help the student to make more progress than they would be able to make in a traditional classroom setting.

Inclusive school readiness programs are designed to help all children, regardless of their background or abilities, develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in school. These programs typically focus on a variety of areas, including:

  • Academic skills: This includes things like early literacy and numeracy skills, as well as basic problem-solving skills.
  • Social and emotional skills: This includes things like self-regulation, empathy, and cooperation skills.
  • Physical development: This includes things like fine and gross motor skills, as well as overall health and well-being.

Inclusive school readiness programs are important because they help to ensure that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential. By providing children with the support they need to develop their academic, social, and emotional skills, these programs can help to close the achievement gap and create a more equitable education system.

A developmental assessment is a structured evaluation of your child’s development. It looks at all areas of development, including physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and communication skills. Assessments can be done at any age, but they are most common for young children. Read more about What is a developmental assessment?

Academic assessment is the process of gathering and interpreting information about student learning in order to improve teaching and learning. It is a systematic process that involves identifying learning goals, selecting appropriate assessment methods, collecting and analyzing data, and using the results to make informed decisions about instruction and curriculum. Read more about What is a Academic Assessment?

The Developmental Assessment of Young Children, Second Edition (DAYC-2) is a standardized assessment tool used to identify children from birth to 5 years and 11 months of age who may be experiencing developmental delays. Read more about What is DAYC-2 Assessment?

The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Third Edition (Vineland-3) is a comprehensive assessment of adaptive behavior for children and adults ages 0-90 years. Adaptive behavior refers to the skills a person needs to live independently and participate in the community. The Vineland-3 is used to assess adaptive behavior in four domains: communication, daily living, socialization, and motor skills. Read more about What is Vineland-3 Assessment?

The Wide Range Achievement Test, Fifth Edition (WRAT-5) is a standardized assessment tool that measures foundational academic skills in individuals aged 5 to 85+. It is widely used to assess and monitor reading, spelling, and math skills, and to identify possible learning disabilities. Read more about What is WRAT-5 Assessment?

Questions and Answers

Autism-Focused Intervention:

  • Social Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Behavior
  • ADL (Activities of Daily Living)
  • Motor Skills

Dyscalculia- Focused Intervention:

  • Early Numeracy Skills
  • Developing Number Skills
  • Calculating
  • Shape, space and measurement

Dysgraphia- Focused Intervention:

  • Imitating simple block design
  • Copies letters and signs
  • Prints letters on the paper
  • Prints numbers on the paper
  • Draw a person
  • Punctuation and Capitalization
  • Letter reversal
  • Poor spacing

Dyspraxia- Focused Intervention:

  • Pencil Grasp
  • Paper Position
  • Fine Motor Skills Coordination
  • Sitting posture
  • -Visual-Spatial
  • Scissor Skills

Dyslexia- Focused Intervention (reading and spelling problems):

  • Phonic Awareness and Phonics
  • Basic reading & Spelling
  • Reading fluency
  • Reading comprehension

ADHD- Focused Interventions:

  • Nutrition
  • Daily routine
  • Organizational skill
  • Behavior
  • Self-regulation
  • Monitoring

One teacher focuses only on one student for one hour and half sessions. One-on-one intervention can be a very effective way to help students with special needs to succeed in school. By providing individual attention, the interventionist can tailor the interventions to the specific needs of the student. This can help the student to make more progress than they would be able to make in a traditional classroom setting.

Inclusive school readiness programs are designed to help all children, regardless of their background or abilities, develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in school. These programs typically focus on a variety of areas, including:

  • Academic skills: This includes things like early literacy and numeracy skills, as well as basic problem-solving skills.
  • Social and emotional skills: This includes things like self-regulation, empathy, and cooperation skills.
  • Physical development: This includes things like fine and gross motor skills, as well as overall health and well-being.

Inclusive school readiness programs are important because they help to ensure that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential. By providing children with the support they need to develop their academic, social, and emotional skills, these programs can help to close the achievement gap and create a more equitable education system.

A developmental assessment is a structured evaluation of your child’s development. It looks at all areas of development, including physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and communication skills. Assessments can be done at any age, but they are most common for young children. Read more about What is a developmental assessment?

Academic assessment is the process of gathering and interpreting information about student learning in order to improve teaching and learning. It is a systematic process that involves identifying learning goals, selecting appropriate assessment methods, collecting and analyzing data, and using the results to make informed decisions about instruction and curriculum. Read more about What is a Academic Assessment?

The Developmental Assessment of Young Children, Second Edition (DAYC-2) is a standardized assessment tool used to identify children from birth to 5 years and 11 months of age who may be experiencing developmental delays. Read more about What is DAYC-2 Assessment?

The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Third Edition (Vineland-3) is a comprehensive assessment of adaptive behavior for children and adults ages 0-90 years. Adaptive behavior refers to the skills a person needs to live independently and participate in the community. The Vineland-3 is used to assess adaptive behavior in four domains: communication, daily living, socialization, and motor skills. Read more about What is Vineland-3 Assessment?

The Wide Range Achievement Test, Fifth Edition (WRAT-5) is a standardized assessment tool that measures foundational academic skills in individuals aged 5 to 85+. It is widely used to assess and monitor reading, spelling, and math skills, and to identify possible learning disabilities. Read more about What is WRAT-5 Assessment?

Questions and Answers

Autism-Focused Intervention:

  • Social Skills
  • Communication Skills
  • Behavior
  • ADL (Activities of Daily Living)
  • Motor Skills

Dyscalculia- Focused Intervention:

  • Early Numeracy Skills
  • Developing Number Skills
  • Calculating
  • Shape, space and measurement

Dysgraphia- Focused Intervention:

  • Imitating simple block design
  • Copies letters and signs
  • Prints letters on the paper
  • Prints numbers on the paper
  • Draw a person
  • Punctuation and Capitalization
  • Letter reversal
  • Poor spacing

Dyspraxia- Focused Intervention:

  • Pencil Grasp
  • Paper Position
  • Fine Motor Skills Coordination
  • Sitting posture
  • -Visual-Spatial
  • Scissor Skills

Dyslexia- Focused Intervention (reading and spelling problems):

  • Phonic Awareness and Phonics
  • Basic reading & Spelling
  • Reading fluency
  • Reading comprehension

ADHD- Focused Interventions:

  • Nutrition
  • Daily routine
  • Organizational skill
  • Behavior
  • Self-regulation
  • Monitoring

One teacher focuses only on one student for one hour and half sessions. One-on-one intervention can be a very effective way to help students with special needs to succeed in school. By providing individual attention, the interventionist can tailor the interventions to the specific needs of the student. This can help the student to make more progress than they would be able to make in a traditional classroom setting.

Inclusive school readiness programs are designed to help all children, regardless of their background or abilities, develop the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in school. These programs typically focus on a variety of areas, including:

  • Academic skills: This includes things like early literacy and numeracy skills, as well as basic problem-solving skills.
  • Social and emotional skills: This includes things like self-regulation, empathy, and cooperation skills.
  • Physical development: This includes things like fine and gross motor skills, as well as overall health and well-being.

Inclusive school readiness programs are important because they help to ensure that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential. By providing children with the support they need to develop their academic, social, and emotional skills, these programs can help to close the achievement gap and create a more equitable education system.

A developmental assessment is a structured evaluation of your child’s development. It looks at all areas of development, including physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and communication skills. Assessments can be done at any age, but they are most common for young children. Read more about What is a developmental assessment?

Academic assessment is the process of gathering and interpreting information about student learning in order to improve teaching and learning. It is a systematic process that involves identifying learning goals, selecting appropriate assessment methods, collecting and analyzing data, and using the results to make informed decisions about instruction and curriculum. Read more about What is a Academic Assessment?

The Developmental Assessment of Young Children, Second Edition (DAYC-2) is a standardized assessment tool used to identify children from birth to 5 years and 11 months of age who may be experiencing developmental delays. Read more about What is DAYC-2 Assessment?

The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, Third Edition (Vineland-3) is a comprehensive assessment of adaptive behavior for children and adults ages 0-90 years. Adaptive behavior refers to the skills a person needs to live independently and participate in the community. The Vineland-3 is used to assess adaptive behavior in four domains: communication, daily living, socialization, and motor skills. Read more about What is Vineland-3 Assessment?

The Wide Range Achievement Test, Fifth Edition (WRAT-5) is a standardized assessment tool that measures foundational academic skills in individuals aged 5 to 85+. It is widely used to assess and monitor reading, spelling, and math skills, and to identify possible learning disabilities. Read more about What is WRAT-5 Assessment?

Please Contact us TODAY for a Free Initial Consultation!
Address: Borey Peng Huoth Boeung Snor, P10 The Star Platinum Polaris, House 60.
Phone: 077.455.993 Telegram Link: https://t.me/OrbRom

Please Contact us TODAY for a Free Initial Consultation!  Address: Borey Peng Huoth Boeung Snor, Streets P10 The Star Platinum Polaris, House 60. Phone: 077.455.993 Telegram Link: https://t.me/OrbRom

Please Contact us TODAY for a Free Initial Consultation!  Address: Borey Peng Huoth Boeung Snor, Streets P10 The Star Platinum Polaris, House 60. Phone: 077.455.993 Telegram Link: https://t.me/OrbRom