Call Now!

BLOG

Passive Aggression

Author :- Priyanka Sharma

Passive aggressive behaviour takes many forms but can generally be described as “a non-verbal aggression that manifests in negative behaviour”. It is where you are angry with someone but do not or cannot tell them. A passive aggressive person indirectly resists the demands of others and will avoid direct confrontation.

0
Read More

Know-How of Shadow Teaching

Author :- Kirti Shah

A shadow teacher is a personal teacher to a child with special needs in a school step up, aiming to make the child independent. It is recommended to have a Shadow Teacher in an inclusive set-up, wherein the child with special needs is a part of regular classroom. When the class teacher is addressing the complete class, the shadow teacher ensures the same message is conveyed to the special child and that the message is understood.

0
Read More

Inclusive Schooling and Education

Author :- Priyanka Sharma

Inclusive education happens when children with and without disabilities participate and learn together in the same classes. Inclusion itself refers that equal opportunities are provided to all the students for their personal growth and enhancement. List of Inclusive Schools in Mumbai

1
Read More

The Right Parenting Style

Author :- Pooja Soni

A parent is one of the most significant influences in a child’s life. Every child deserves a secure environment to feel at ease in every stage of life that he transitions into. Only a child who has been mentored with the right kind of parenting style finds himself confident enough to face the challenges and milestones in a healthy fashion. In the current article, we would like to focus on understanding the differences between authoritarian and authoritative parenting style and starting out to develop an authoritative parenting style.

1
Read More

Emphasizing on Intervention Planning

Author :- Kirti Shah

Individual planning is the key to most effective intervention following any therapy or technique. Planning done by a professional with a systematic understanding of the client is the half battle won.

0
Read More

Dravet Syndrome

Author :- Ketki Madav

Dravet Syndrome is a rare disease; many professionals may not be familiar with it. Life is difficult with Dravet Syndrome, but there is HOPE. a good and thoroughly trained group of professionals can work wonders for the child, thus making the whole process manageable.

2
Read More

Importance of Messy play

Author :- Stephanie George

Messy Play has no definition it is a just fun-filled way of playing which also gives information to children about their surroundings. It is an opportunity to use the material in different ways, and there are no restrictions on it. Children with special needs can also use these open-ended materials and explore and innovate in their own way.

0
Read More

Epilepsy and Learning Curve

Author :- Ketki Madav
Epilepsy and their related issues have always challenged the patient and the caregivers in every age group. Epilepsy is a symptom rather than the cause of the brain dysfunction. Epilepsy can affect attention and also the speed of processing information. Early intervention is important. Children who have seizures generally require a highly structured environment. The best way to teach the children with such difficulties is using one to one instruction, in a step by step manner and the direct approach method.
5
Read More

Responsible communication as a Psychologist

Author :- Kirti Shah

As a psychologist, we need to take care of what we say and how we say it. It is important to communicate clearly as it gives our clients directions and helps them make decisions about something they are concerned about. Communication includes two important aspects, listening and talking. Being able to listen and understand what the other person has to say is equally as important as talking.

0
Read More

Selective mutism

Author :- Ketaki Gokhale

Selective mutism is a condition in which there is a persistent failure of a child to speak in one or more specific social situation particularly school setting.

0
Read More