Special Education and Psycho-Education Programs


Διεπιστημονικό Κέντρο Ψυχολογικής και Θεραπευτικής Υποστήριξης Προνόηση

The term special education is used for school and pre-school age children which are part of programs with special educational needs. These programs are tailored to each child’s needs and characteristics. So it’s about
personalized interventions aimed at enhancing children’s social skills and improving their cognitive abilities. Specifically, psychoeducational programs are aimed at children who face:


  • Learning difficulties
  • Speech & Speech Disorders
  • Eyesight & Hearing Disorders
  • Diffuse Developmental Disorders (Down Syndrome, Asperger’s, Autism)
  • Mental retardation
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Psycho-emotional Delay
  • Behavioral disorders


All therapeutic interventions are structured following the scientific evaluation of our well-trained therapists at our center. The objectives of these programs include:


  • Development of oral speech and descriptive ability
  • Practicing the written word
  • Improved reading and spelling
  • Expanding perception and general concepts
  • Practicing concentration and strengthening memory
  • Adaptation to daily functions aimed at self-service
  • Strengthening social skills
  • Supporting socialization as a means of improving communication
  • Behavioral delineation and enhancing the image of the person in their social environment.