Childhood Problems


Childhood Problems

We deal with a wide range of mental health problems of childhood can hinder child's development. We provide best neuropsychiatric treatment facilities for :


Autism is a broad term used to describe a group of neurodevelopmental conditions. These conditions are characterized by differences in communication and social interaction. People with ASD often demonstrate restricted and repetitive interests or patterns of behavior. Autistic children might have trouble expressing their feelings or understanding those of others starting at 36 months. As they age, they might have difficulty talking or very limited speaking skills.

Learning Disability

A learning disability is a neurological condition which affects the brain's ability to send, receive, and process information. A child with a learning disability may have difficulties in reading, writing, speaking, listening, understanding mathematical concepts, and with general comprehension. Children with learning disorders may feel frustrated that they cannot master a subject despite trying hard, and may act out, act helpless, or withdraw.

Speech Problems

Children vary in their development of speech and language skills. Children who have speech disorders may have trouble making speech sounds correctly. They may hesitate or stutter when talking. Children with language disorders might have trouble understanding what others say or difficulty sharing their thoughts.

Enuresis / Encoporesis

Enuresis is more commonly known as bed-wetting, is the loss of bladder control. Children with enuresis are often described as heavy sleepers who fail to awaken at the urinary urge to void or when their bladders are full. Voluntary, or intentional, enuresis may be associated with other mental disorders, including behavior disorders or emotional disorders such as anxiety.

Encoporesis is the repeated passing of stool (usually involuntarily) into clothing. Encopresis usually occurs after age 4, when a child has already learned to use a toilet. There are several causes of encopresis, including constipation and emotional issues.

Slow Learner

A child can be described as a slow learner if his or her thinking skills develop at a notably slower rate than that of his or her peers. A slow learner does not meet criteria for an Intellectual Disability(previously called mental retardation). However, he/she learns slower than average students and will need additional help to succeed.

ADHD (Attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder)

ADHD is a chronic condition including attention difficulty, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. ADHD is a common neurodevelopmental disorder that typically appears in early childhood, usually before the age of seven. Children with ADHD may also struggle with low self-esteem, troubled relationships and poor performance in school.