Lunes, Marso 19, 2012


Contact Us


Address   : 62-A Mapang-Akit Street, Bgy. Pinyahan, Diliman, Quezon City
Tel. No.   : 442-0798
Mobile No.   : 0920-9556073
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How would my child benefit from receiving intervention at RLS-TLC?

As parents, it is always recommended that we check our child’s milestones. If you suspect that he/she may have delays and/or difficulties in any of them (i.e., gross motor, fine motor, speech and language), it is best that you consult with a developmental and behavioral physician. Should you have a difficulty in setting up an appointment with the doctor and you feel the urgency to address these issues, we may have your child evaluated to at least determine the specific areas where your child may have any delay. We, however, are in no position to diagnose your child. If you have other concerns, then our therapists will be more than willing to give you advice and assist you in your queries. You are also welcome to observe some of the sessions of your child so you can have a better idea on how to follow up the activities and management at home.

What is the process by which my child can avail of the services at the center?

The ideal step is to receive a referral from your child’s physician. You may then call or visit RLS-TLC where you will be asked specific details about your child and the doctor’s findings/assessment. Someone from RLS-TLC will contact you to schedule an initial evaluation. The evaluation normally lasts for an hour. The evaluation would likewise determine the frequency that your child would have to undergo his/her therapy. You will then be given a specific date and time when your child will have his/her regular therapy sessions.

Do you offer home-based therapy?

No. All our therapies are held in the center. We can, however, upon your request conduct a visit at your home or your child’s school to map out management strategies and techniques in the said locations. Also, we can provide you, at your request a home program that you can use to ensure the continuity of your child’s therapy at the center.

How long will my child be in therapy?

The length of time that your child will be undergoing therapy is dependent on your child’s individual pace of development. It is also dependent on how well we follow up the management at home. Let it also be known that before we decrease the frequency or discharge a child in therapy, it is recommended that you visit his/her physician first.

What is my role as a parent/caregiver in my child’s therapy session?

The parents and/or caregivers play a very critical role in a child’s progress. As part of the session, your therapists will write down the activities and suggest techniques that you can carry out at home. Note that your child is only with us at a very limited time per week and most of his/her time is spent at home and/or in school. Your child’s development will therefore be highly dependent on how you, as his/her caregiver follows the suggestions that your therapists tell you to do at home and in other settings that your child goes to.

Useful Links  Autism Society of the Philippines  ADHD Society of the Philippines  National Council of Disability Affairs  Philippine Society of Developmental and Behavioral  Pediatrics  Down Syndrome Association of the Philippines  Council for the Welfare of Children R esources for the Blind, Inc.  Online Support Group for Parents of Children with Autism  Philippine Deaf Resource Center




How would my child benefit from receiving intervention at RLS-TLC?
  - Do you offer home-based therapy?

What is my role as a parent/caregiver in my child’s therapy session?


Our Services

RLS-TLC administers evaluation and treatment services for children with known or suspected learning and/or developmental problems. We serve children from birth to early adolescence. Our key services are Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Physical Therapy.

We offer these services to children with, but not limited to the following:

  - Autism Spectrum Disorders
  - Sensory Integration Disorders
  - Neuromuscular Disorders
  - Developmental Delays
  - Significant Language Delays
  - Oral Motor Delays
  - Verbal Apraxia
  - Hand Writing/Fine Motor Difficulties
  - Auditory Processing Disorders
  - Visual Processing Difficulties
  - Learning Disability
  - Attention Deficit
  - Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) focuses on the child’s “occupation”, which includes the developmental tasks involving their capacities to interact with people and objects which is required for their age group. Difficulties in the ability to interact with people and objects in their environment are noted to impact their performance in play, social relationships, learning, and activities of daily living skills.

Speech Therapy

Communication is vital to life. Speaking, listening, reading, writing and gesturing connect us to what we value most: family, friends, work, school and recreation. Many conditions can sometimes interfere with the ability to communicate. The speech/language pathologist (SLP) provides appropriate interventions that help the child form words or communication systems, process information and express him or herself.

With individualized speech therapy plans, we can address auditory processing challenges, oral motor and feeding disorders, language delays and verbal apraxia. The SLP also teaches the child the pragmatics of language, such as how to initiate and sustain a conversation. They also work with family members to recognize and change behavior patterns that impede communication and show them techniques that they can use at home.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy benefits children by improving coordination, balance, tone and core strength. Early identification and treatment of these issues can impact future successes in areas such as handwriting, sports, behavior and learning. Physical therapy can give a child the skills and confidence they need to run, play and explore and most importantly to have fun!

Cool Kids (Social Skills Group)

The social skills group is designed to help children of various difficulties to interact with their peers. Depending on the level and age of the children in the group, the goals may vary but we would like the children to develop the ability to maintain conversation, listen, take turns, and make requests, and state desires and feelings.




WELCOME to the therapeutic Learning Center!

All children are different but we believe that all of them deserve equal opportunities to achieve their maximum potential. AT RLS Therapeutic Learning Center, we provide quality therapy services from birth to early adolescence, with the objective of letting children reach their maximum potential. We provide a caring and nurturing environment for our students and their families. We embrace a team approach, partnering with the physicians and caregivers to ensure the development of our students.

Please CONTACT US for any questions and inquiries you may have.