If you noticed any development or non-development of your child, do raise your concern with your child’s doctor. It is essential that you seek early medical support or therapies for your child and address the delays while it is not significant.
Simple ways to make use of visual support
Visual support is a way for your child to communicate with you. It is also a great tool if you would like to introduce vocabulary into your child’s daily living.
Setting Boundary as Character Building
Character takes time to build and it takes boundaries (and setbacks) for your child to be a stronger and better person.
How to manage challenging behavior
If the behavior does not improve despite consistent implementation of strategies and approach, your child may need further assistance.
Making Full Use of Developmental Checklist to Support Your Child’s Development
Developmental checklist is a tool to support parents in understanding their child’s ability or learned skill during their first 60 months.
How to Improve Executive Functioning Skills for Your Child
Executive functioning skills are the foundation skills for school readiness and academic success. These skills allow one to be able to analyze, plan, organize, develop time line, adjust or change plan and complete a task within stipulated time.
Observing and Supporting Your Child’s Development
Do keep a daily log of your child’s behavior or area of concern. Note the frequency and timing of behavior or event. Your child’s doctor will need input from you and is a good resource to go to for any concern regarding your child’s development.
Sensory Processing Issues – Ways to Deal with Them
Children with sensory processing issues may be hypersensitive to one stimulant and hypo-sensitive to another. Always check in with your child’s doctor during their immunization check and seek their advice.
Supporting Our Children with Special Needs during pandemic
Crisis is an opportunity to learn. The more we work as a team, the faster we adapt and our children will be able to reap the benefit.
Early Intervention – Key to your child’s first 3 years
Monitor your child with these simple developmental milestones by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from the US Department of Health and Human Sciences.