Remedial and revalidation classes
At the beginning:
- Screening diagnosis for speech, eyesight and hearing with the aid of a platform of senses.
- Screening diagnosis for dyscalculia – A functional diagnosis of specific difficulties with regard to learning mathematics – Arithmetic Profile – G – Diagnostic programme for lower-secondary pupils created by Anna Walerzak-Więckowska MA from the Pomeranian Centre for Diagnosis, Therapy and Mathematical Education PROmathematica
The possibility of tests carried out by the Centre for Clinical Psychology and Professional Development CPKiROZ: The Test Battery computer programme for Cognitive Measurement and adaptation is a combination of computer versions of nine questionnaires intended to aid in assessing psychological adaptation and cognitive functions:
- A questionnaire of anxiety as the Current State of the Subject
- A questionnaire of anxiety as a Permanent Characteristic of the Subject
- Psychological anamnesis in order to assess personal history and current problems
- An Eysenck Personal Questionnaire
- A questionnaire about Psychophysiological Disorders and Stress
- A questionnaire about Phobias and Fears
- A questionnaire about Depression
- A questionnaire about Behaviour and Obtrusive Thoughts
- A questionnaire about Anxiety Level.
Team of therapists and teachers strives to provide students of our school with the best conditions for learning and developing skills. We are constantly looking for new forms of comprehensive diagnostics and modern forms of therapy based on reliable scientific therapies.
Our specialists support the development of the student using modern and proven methods and techniques:
AVS – BIOFEEDBACK
is a form of audiovisual stimulation of the brain. The trainee undertakes the procedure while sitting in a chair and using glasses which emit coloured lights, as well as headphones through which sound of a special frequency flows. The combination of light and acoustic waves is determined with reference to the person’s medical records, as well as an interview with and observation of the student, in accordance with accepted therapeutic protocol.
AVS – BIOFEEDBACK is a passive method, used in a complementary way alongside EEG-BIOFEEDBACK and RSA-BIOFEEDBACK. This form of therapy makes use of the ability of the brain to adjust its own bioelectric activity to the light and sound waves emitted in its surroundings. This phenomenon had already been discovered by primitive tribes. With the aid of drumbeats, a shaman induced an ill person into a trance so that they could be healed, while snare and pipe sounds were for fighting – singing or listening to music allows the community of people to experience a strong bond. The influence that coloured lights can have on the well-being of large groups and individuals is made use of by decorators of concert halls and marketplaces, firework specialists and even in the world of home lighting.
AVS – BIOFEEDBACK training follows the same procedures as those of BIOFEEDBACK, namely an EEG test, a neurological consultation, an interview and observation (EEG test – link to medical advice – we recommend this).
Cases in which AVS – BIOFEEDBACK might not be suitable are epilepsy or objections from the doctor who conducts the basic therapy.
A therapeutic method which uses music in, for example, rehabilitation, psychotherapy and special-needs teaching. The person listening to the music, as a consequence of the playing of the simplest elements of rhythm, melody, tempo and movement, or through what is called ‚Passive reception’ of music, can potentially:
- release negative emotions,
- liberate their need for expression,
- lower their level of anxiety,
- improve their ability to communicate,
- gain a basic level of musical knowledge,
- expand their music interests,
- experience stimulation of psychomotor development,
- benefit from relaxation, reduction of fatigue and improved well-being,
- and improve their respiratory and circulatory fitness.
Classes are held in a special room, equipped with multimedia equipment, an excellent sound system and relaxation equipment. Students have a choice of sleeping poufs (something like a giant beanbag), mattresses or mats, and the topic is adapted to the current psychophysical needs of the student on a given day. The lessons are primarily aimed at pupils with dysfunctions of the motor system, but not exclusively.
During these classes, students are subjected to relaxation techniques.
These include, among others, the Progressive Relaxation Technique of Edmund Jacobson. This training takes place while lying on the back and consists of learning the to control the gradual tightening and loosening of particular muscle groups. The benefits of Jacobson’s training include counteracting anxiety, improving sleep and improving the functioning of internal organs.
In addition we also conduct:
Individual and group psychological therapy
Workshops developing the social competences of young people
Possibility of tests from the Psychiatric and Pedagogical Testing Laboratory, PTPiP
- Symptomatic scales of disorders in adolescence (behavioural disorders, oppositional defiant disorder, psychomotor-hyperactivity disorder, depression, suicide-attempt risk, eating disorders), Urszula Sajewicz-Radtke, Bartosz M. Radtke,
- Youth aggression, emotional reactivity, Urszula Sajewicz-Radtke, Bartosz M. Radtke, Dorota Kalka.