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Neuro-Cognitive Therapy

Neuro-cognitive therapy is an intervention based on designing the appropriate ‘neurological environment' for the child.

It is adapted to meet the child's need for sensory stimulation, and on using more explicit teaching techniques pitched at the appropriate developmental level and level of intensity.

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