DEVELOPMENTAL REHABILITATION SERVICES
“Supporting developmental rehabilitation services to improve skills
and develop behaviors such as cognition, communication, adaptive behavior, sensory and movement, etc.
Types of Disability: Children with Brain Lesions, Intellectual, Autism, Hearing, Language, and Visual Disability
– Only for children with disabilities registered under the Welfare for Persons with Disabilities Act, and infants under 6 years of age may be replaced with a request for developmental rehabilitation service, a detailed area test result, and test data.
– Those who do not have a disability registration are only supported until the age of six when they are six years old.
– Providing developmental rehabilitation services such as language, hearing, art, music, behavior, play, psychology, sense, and exercise (According to the needs of children with disabilities and parents, various agencies can develop various services)