Autism, also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects communication, social interaction, and behavior. At Singhania Clinic and Therapy Center, we understand the importance of providing effective treatment for children with autism and other neurodevelopmental problems, and we are committed to helping families find the best possible outcomes for their loved ones.

Our clinic offers a range of medical treatments for autism, including behavioral therapy, speech therapy, and medication management. Our team of experts is highly trained and experienced in working with children with autism, and we use evidence-based practices and cutting-edge technology to provide individualized care that meets the unique needs of each child.

What sets Singhania Clinic and Therapy Center apart from other clinics is our unwavering commitment to helping each and every child reach their full potential. We believe that every child has the ability to learn, grow, and succeed, and we don’t give up on your child. Our team of professionals works tirelessly to provide the best possible care, and we are dedicated to helping families find the support and resources they need to succeed.

In short, if you’re looking for a clinic that will provide your child with the best possible care and support, look no further than Singhania Clinic and Therapy Center. Our team is here to help, and we won’t give up on your child.

Medical Services available at SCTC

Medical diagnosis and treatment

Medical diagnosis or the actual process of making a diagnosis is a cognitive process. A clinician uses several sources of data and puts the pieces of the puzzle together to make a diagnostic impression. Though often the child cannot verbalize he or she can through different means give us a lot of information. We also get a lot of data from the parents. We all form an integral part of a team. We will explain the diagnosis and answer all your concerns

Newborn Infant Check up

The doctor will do a head-to-toe physical exam, looking for physical, medical as well as genetic problems. The doctor will also explain how newborns function and address common problems like skin rash, colic, lactation difficulties and weaning. She might observe your baby's response to various sounds, including your voice.There is a great webinar on our blog that tells you how to help develop your baby’s potential.


Vaccination is a simple, safe, and effective way of protecting your baby against harmful diseases, before you come into contact with them. It uses your body’s natural defenses to build resistance to specific infections and makes your immune system stronger. We will help you check what vaccines are needed and when. We provide a vaccination booklet. We also explain the need of each vaccine and occurrence of common side effects and their management.

Routine check ups

Routine checkups are meant for those who do not otherwise have a reason to be concerned about their health; if you have cause for concern, it is important not to wait to book an appointment. However, routine checks are important in children to check if they are growing and developing according to milestones. They also look at the child’s diet, bowel movement, sleep, vaccination and development.

Screening for vision and hearing

Children depend on their eyes and ears to understand and remember information of all kinds. Vision and hearing problems can be a roadblock to a child’s learning and impact their development, socialization, and behavior.

Milestone assessment

All babies develop at a different pace, and variations are normal. But keeping an eye on your baby's milestones month by month helps to ensure their development is on track. Baby milestones are the accomplishments or skills you can expect your child to achieve or learn in the first year of life.

Weaning consultation

Introducing your baby to solid foods, also referred to as weaning or complementary feeding, starts when your baby is around 6 months old. Your baby should be introduced to a varied diet, alongside their usual breast milk or first infant formula.

Scroll to Top