Children with specific learning disability may appear normal or developing on par with peers. Signs and red flags occur when they are placed in a formal learning environment. It is important for parents to seek feedback from school or teachers to know if your child is facing specific challenges while in school. With their feedback, parents can seek for appropriate therapy or intervention to support your child’s learning.
Exploring academic pathways: Planning for your child with special needs
Planning for your child’s academic pathway can be daunting. You cannot go wrong by allowing your child to explore their interest.
Individualized Education Programme (IEP) and working with school
If your child is in a school that accommodates your child’s needs, the school should be able to prepare an IEP for your child.
3-step guide to support your child using Developmental Milestones Checklist
Developmental checklist is a useful tool for parent or caregiver to monitor their child’s development. Always check in with your child’s doctor if you have any concern.
Building multiple skills with play
Play is an ideal opportunity for parents to bond with their child. Play is essential in building a child’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional well-being.