Child Care

Childcare refers to looking after children, and to the facilities which help parents to do so. Both partners shared childcare. There is a lack of affordable, quality childcare.

Parent Care

Our experts develop a meaningful and trustworthy bond with the parents so that they are able to make the most of the parenting sessions.

Active Learning

Active learning is "a method of learning in which students are actively or experientially involved in the learning process and where there are different levels of active learning, depending on student involvement."

About Braintism


Braintism was inspired by Nishtha when she began to actively engage with the current educational scenarios and demands in India and specifically those of the children-people with special needs.

Being mindful of the rising numbers of children with special needs and the hardships faced by the parents and caregivers, Braintism has been created to cater to such difficulties and provide satisfactory support.

The team at Braintism works towards raising awareness amongst parents, caregivers and other members of the society and also works towards channeling the strengths and the special abilities of children with special needs to lead better lives.

At Braintism we welcome all children and young adults irrespective of their level of needs and difficulties.


Our Services



Every parent wants their child to enjoy a balanced state of emotional and physical wellbeing. Parents want their children to live a good quality of life. However, not all the parents might be equipped with the correct education which is needed to raise a happy child.


Braintism offers professional assistance and guidance to empower our clients to resolve their emotional issues. Our talk therapy is designed to help people effectively understand and resolve their psychological issues that could be hampering their daily life and activities.

Autism Intervention

Autism intervention is a lifelong neurodevelopment condition of the brain that affects how a person thinks, interacts with others, and experiences the world. Autism is described as a spectrum disorder as every autistic person is unique. Every individual falls on the spectrum differently as opposed to the other.

Sensory Integration

Sensory processing is the process of recognizing the sensations from our own body and the environment. This allows us to use our body effectively. Sensory integration is the way of improving the sensory processing in a individual.

Play Therapy

Play therapy is specifically designed for kids. It is a way to help the children improve their mental wellbeing by the means of play or enjoyment and engagement. We offer therapies to kids with a mental health diagnosis or a development diagnosis; and without a diagnosis as well.


Psychotherapy or talk therapy is conducted to improve the emotional wellbeing of our client. Braintism offers Psychotherapy services for both, clients with and without a development delay or a mental health diagnosis.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is designed for children or adults with speech difficulties. It focuses on improving the speech to understand, express and interact better. Braintism’s speech therapists offer services to kids and adults who are experiencing language and cognitive difficulties as well as any issues with articulation, swallowing and feeding.

Special Education

Braintism has an inhouse team of many experienced learning specialists. Our educators offer personalize learning to the children, based on their needs and interests. Braintism aims to provide apt resources to the kids that help them learn and explore more.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is designed to help the children and adults improve their ability to do everyday activities. If anyone finds it difficult to perform their day-to-day activities, then they are offered occupational therapies by our experts so that they are able to comfortably and smoothly perform their daily tasks.

Behaviour Modification

Behaviour modification is the technique of guiding the individuals to alter their behaviour to live a more qualitative life. Every behaviour is a form of communication. We believe our behaviour tells a lot about us.

Special Needs


The human brain is the center of sensation and intellectual neural activity in the human body. The functional human brain ensures successful accomplishment of developmental milestones in early childhood years. Delay in attaining the developmental milestones, creates multiple difficulties for a child.

A child is said to have Special Educational Needs when he/she is experiencing difficulties in learning and coping with daily life when compared to a typically developing child of the same age. The difficulties can range from learning to understanding to communicating and showcasing appropriate behavior.

Special Needs can either be developmental or acquired in nature. Various life experiences and other such medical and non-medical episodes can hamper the child’s progress and development, thus leading to Special Needs.

1 in every 10 children would have a special need. Special Needs are not necessarily visible. Most often such special needs are brushed under the carpet as they are usually non- physical and non- visual. The realm of disability not only starts and ends with physical difficulties, but it goes above and beyond the physical and the visual aspect. Conditions like ADHD, Dyslexia and Autism to name a few are not visible difficulties. However, these unseen hidden difficulties create equivalent tension, fatigue and challenges like those of the physical impairments.

India has an estimated 53 million of children with physical and non-physical impairments. Identifying these children and their needs at an early age is extremely crucial as it can promise better outcomes.

Children having such needs require more time and attention and therefore making parenting and learning more challenging. However, these children have their own special skill sets and abilities which would make them outstanding in their own sphere.

At Braintism we cater to children - people who have a diagnosis in Autism, Dyslexia, ADHD/ADD, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Sensory Difficulties, Conduct Disorders and Emotional Difficulties.

About The Founder


About The Founder

Nishtha is a Special Educational Needs Consultant and a Psychotherapist who has graduated in Psychology from Royal Holloway University of London, UK. She then progressed her educational career by pursuing her post-graduation in Special and Inclusive Education from University College London – Institute of Education, UK.

Nishtha continues to work in various academic and non- academic settings offering customized multisensory intervention plans to children and young adults with learning difficulties and special needs.

As a consultant Nishtha works with parents and teachers delivering adequate information and providing guidance to better help children with their diagnoses.

Nishtha Shah

Founder of Braintism