What is Special Education?

Special education is a type of education designed for students who have disabilities or exceptionalities that require extra support and accommodations in order to learn and succeed in school. It aims to provide individualized instruction and support to help students with special needs reach their full potential.

Remedial Support for Learning Disabilities

Remedial support for learning disabilities involves providing specialized instruction and accommodation to help individuals with learning challenges to improve their academic performance. This may include individualized tutoring, assistive technology, modified instructional materials, and other strategies tailored to the individual's needs. The goal is to help individuals with learning disabilities overcome barriers to learning and achieve academic success.

Special Education Service at 1SpecialPlace

Special education programs at 1SpecialPlace are designed to provide individualized support and instruction to students with disabilities. To be effective, these programs are carefully planned and executed with attention to detail.

Our Approach

Individualised Education Plans ( IEP)

These plans are developed for each student with a disability and outline their unique needs, goals, and accommodation. IEPs are created through a collaborative process involving the student, their parents or guardians, and other professionals. They are reviewed and updated regularly to ensure that the student’s needs are being met and that they are making progress towards their goals.

Qualified Teachers

1SP special educators are highly qualified, certified and experienced in helping students of all ages in meeting their academic needs. They provide critical help in areas of Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and facilitate overall academic success. 1SP educators receive the latest training in the industry and are supervised for quality outcomes of their intervention. Our teachers are trained in neuro-diversity affirming practices and conduct.


Regular communication with parents and caregivers can help ensure that everyone is working together to support the student’s academic and social-emotional growth. By working together, educators and families can create a supportive and inclusive learning environment for students with disabilities.

Progress Monitoring

Ongoing assessment and progress monitoring are essential components of effective special education programs. These processes involve regularly measuring a student’s progress towards their academic and social-emotional goals, and making adjustments to instruction and support as needed. This can include formal assessments, such as standardized tests, as well as informal assessments, such as observations and check-ins.

What to do first?

  • Talk to us. If your child has special needs, that can make it challenging for him/her to learn and succeed in school.  We will guide you if your child could benefit from an evaluation or should be seen by a specialist (like a speech therapist or psychologist).

  • Screening test.  Take this free screener to identify if your child will benefit from Special Education services.

  • First evaluation. If your child needs extra help to reach his milestones, he will need an evaluation to understand his needs. 1SpecialPlace professionals will use standardised tests to find a child's strengths and challenges.

    • If your child is under-age 5, you will need an early intervention program to assist with overall development. This includes various childhood skills like cognition, language, motor, speech, hearing, communication, socio-emotional etc.

    • If your child is older and struggling in school, he/she will benefit from Remedial support focussing on specific academic challenges like reading, writing, arithmetic etc.

Evaluation of the child  

Evaluation depends on your concerns and the needs of your child. Tests can check for language skills, motor skills, development, behaviour problems, and achievement.

Special Education Services at 1SpecialPlace

Toddlers & Preschoolers

Toddlers and Preschoolers are enrolled in the early intervention programs. It focusses on support and help in learning to walk, talk, play, and develop other skills. Families and caregivers learn how to help kids reach their goals and may get support managing problem behaviours or other concerns.

School-Age Kids  

Depending on the need, students from kindergarten age through age 21 may need an IEP ( Individualised Education Plan). With careful planning and patience, and working together with the educator, you can help your child learn and reach their full potential.

Few conditions that we work with
  • Autism

  • ADHD

  • Dyslexia

  • Intellectual Disability

  • Learning Disabilities

  • Slow learners

  • Developmental Delays

  • Hearing loss

  • Cerebral Palsy

Our Impact


We understand there is a shortage of therapy providers not just in India but worldwide. We are constantly working towards removing barriers of accessibility to reach out to more families around the world, in diverse native Indian languages, increasing the range of disorders we service, along with supporting our exceptional team of caregivers.

50+ Countries Served

Quality therapy is sometimes neither available nor cost effective when you are settled abroad. We serve our diverse NRI population in their native language.

10+ Languages Served

We provide service in diverse Indian Languages, and the list is ever growing.

25,000+ Families Served

We have impacted thousands of families across the globe by providing our professional and ethical services.

100+ Caregivers Employed

Our company aims to support exceptional therapy providers by providing them respectable, long term employment so that they can serve you.

Benefits of special education programs by 1SpecialPlace

The benefits of online special education are –

  • Get the best service from home.

  • Save time and cost of traveling.

  • Avail continued service.

  • Great for working parents or those who get frequent transfers.

  • Flexible scheduling.

  • Children can learn from home.

  • Parents can participate in the process.