“Providing therapy isn’t just a job,
it’s the art of supporting someone to reach it’s full potentials”


Physical Therapy

To optimize the function of the body / muscles of the child in order to become independent in daily activities.

Occupational Therapy

To promote, maintain and/or restore functional independence in their daily living skills.

Speech Therapy

To improve the child’s communication skills and coordination of speech muscles.

Group Therapy

To integrate any form of therapy in fun activities to improve the child’s physical, functional, communication and social skills.

Our Rehabilitation
Program’s Mission

To obtain progress in the development of children and to support them to reach their maximum potentials by providing both human resources equipped with knowledge and skills as well as a child friendly, playful and challenging therapy environment.

meet our

Rehabilitation Coordinator & Physical Therapist

Martina is a Licensed Therapist who’s joined LombokCare since January 2019. With her team of 7 therapists, she manages to give therapy to more than 170 children on an annual basis.

– Martina Ramadhani, A.md FT

Our Values

We believe that a child is more than just a diagnose

As every child is unique, we support every one of them in a unique way

We provide a positive atmosphere because children should have fun during therapy

We place the emphasis on the parent involvement as the main key in the childs' development progress

We consider ourselves as the parent's partners in caring for their child

Therapy Program Information

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Speech Therapy

Group Therapy

Our PHYSICAL THERAPY program can benefit children with conditions including:

– Brain conditions – abnormal brain development (f.e. hydro-/microcephalus)
– Cerebral palsy – a disorder affecting a child’s muscle tone, movement or posture
– Chronic neurological diseases – f.e. epilepsy, multiple scoliosis)
– Developmental delays
– Genetic syndromes – f.e. Down syndrome (which can cause developmental and intellectual delays) and muscular dystrophy (which can impact muscle mass and strength)
– Gross motor skills – deficits including muscle strength, coordination and balance
– Hypertonia or hypotonia – abnormally high or weak muscle tone, respectively
– Spina bifida – a birth defect affecting the spinal cord

Our OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY program can benefit children with conditions including:

– Attention deficit disorders – difficulties with behavior such as focusing, following instructions and completing tasks
– Autism spectrum disorders – difficulties with social communication and behavior
– Cerebral palsy – affecting a child’s muscle tone, movement or posture
– Fine motor skill delays – includes using pencils, puzzles and dressing
– Genetic syndromes – f.e. Down syndrome (developmental and intellectual delays) and muscular dystrophy (impacts muscle mass and strength)
– Oral aversion and feeding skills
– Orthotic and adaptive equipment
– Poor posture and body mechanics
– Sensory processing disorders and self-regulation

Our therapists assist children in playing, learning and building the skills and confidence to thrive in their environments.

Our SPEECH THERAPY program can benefit children with conditions including:

– Apraxia of speech – a disorder causing limited and difficulty speech
– Articular and phonological disorders – cause difficulty producing sounds
– Auditory processing disorders
– Autism spectrum disorders – difficulties with social communication and behavior
– Cognitive and attention impairments
– Craniofacial abnormalities – includes cleft lip and palate
– Delayed speech milestones
– Fluency disorders – such as stuttering
– Genetic syndromes – f.e.Down syndrome (developmental and intellectual delays)
– Neurological disorders – f.e. cerebral palsy
– Receptive and expressive language disorders
– Social pragmatic communication disorders

Our speech therapists offer treatment programs specifically designed to treat all aspects of communication, from your child’s first words to the ability to socialize and interact with peers.

Our GROUP PLAY THERAPY program can benefit:

Any child with on of the conditions mentioned at our physical-, occupational- and speech therapy beneficiaries, depending on the type of fun activities that are being carried out during the group therapy.

Originally this group play therapy was initiated for children with a mild physical disability, though it quickly changed into a multi-purpose form of therapy. 

Group Play Therapy is a responsive, play-based mental health intervention for young children ages 3 to 10 who are experiencing both physical impairments and social, emotional, behavioral, and relational disorders. The program aims to utilize play (which functions as the natural language of children) and the therapeutic relationship to provide a safe, consistent therapeutic environment.

Our Approach

Individualised Treatment

All children at LombokCare have their own individual plan, including all aspects needed to support their growth and development

Active above Passive
Our therapy sessions are rather focused on active therapy, in which the child is being activated to movement, than passive therapy, in which the therapist is ‘moving’ the child.
Creative Resources
Therapy materials do not always have to be expensive. All materials adding up to sensory integration is of much value to us.
Playful therapy
Even though the child’s experience in therapy can be terrifying and uncomfortable, therapy should be made fun. By putting the attention on the playful part, children often forget that they’re actually getting therapy. This ‘release of resistance’ will add up to a quicker progress of the child’s development.
Technology and therapy
Using digital tools like projectors, disco lights, bubble tubes, sound installations and even digital aromatherapy diffusers are much needed to stimulate the development of sensory processing skills in many of our children.

Our Facilities

We aim to provide a positive and child friendly atmosphere equipped with beneficial and challenging therapy tools and materials

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