Programs and Services

Our program is specifically designed to cater to the unique needs of the neurodiverse population. Through play-based tasks and activities, we focus on facilitating body movement, balance, vestibular stimulation, and proprioceptive feedback. By engaging in these interventions, participants learn self-regulation, reducing obsessive, repetitive behaviors and promoting overall well-being.

Here’s a breakdown of the areas of skill development we target in our program:


Participants engage in various tasks that help them process information and follow directions within the water environment, promoting cognitive and behavioral development.


Our program emphasizes functional movements that support overall physical development, optimizing muscular tone and increasing range of movement.

Verbal and Oral Motor Skills

Participants work on oral motor movements, developing body awareness, safety skills, breath control, and confidence in submerging underwater. Through activities like blowing bubbles, participants enhance oral motor muscular development, which aids in functional speech, eating, and swallowing skills. They also build glottis control and overcome any fears associated with submerging in water.

Gross Motor Proficiency

We focus on improving coordination and motor skills by teaching participants proper strokes for horizontal movement in the water. Crossing midline exercises, alternating hands, and following directions enhance coordination and engage both hemispheres of the brain.

Inferior Limbs Coordination - Kicks

Participants learn how to kick with alternating legs or both legs simultaneously, developing gross motor skills, coordination, balance, and attention. Following guidance from our facilitators, participants also work on crossing the midline, improving sensory-motor control and body awareness.

Vestibular Stimulation - Spatial Orientation Floats

Through body position changes, rotations, and floating experiences, we stimulate the vestibular system, which enhances spatial orientation, body awareness, and learning skills such as concentration, attention, and following directions.

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