Parents will be in a better position if they are able to identify if their child is having challenges in articulation, speech, or language.
Building resilience in my child’s tactile sensitiveness through brushing
Brushing is one of the techniques commonly used to support children with sensory processing difficulties. Research data can neither prove nor dispel the effectiveness of the brushing technique in supporting children with sensory difficulties. Therefore, it is highly recommended for parents to seek professional help from occupational therapists to cater to their child’s needs.
Deciphering Your Child’s Esteem Needs Now
We gain recognition via our academic, professional, athletic, or hobbies achievements. However, it starts from young, making choices, one at a time.
Is there a right style in parenting journey?
Numerous studies and researches have been conducted over the years on the effect of these parenting styles. Is there a PERFECT style?
You want to be loved, don’t you? Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs – Love and Belongingness
In Maslow’s research, being a part of a group is crucial for a person, be it at work, sports, friends or family. It is the connection that one build with another person.
Is your child feeling safe? From Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs perspective
Providing a safe environment for your child goes beyond physical safety. Being with people who makes them feel safe as well as be in control of what they can do and when they can do it allows your child to feel safe, too.
How to get your child to adapt to new school
Getting your child ready for school is essential in supporting them to deal with the changes in routine and environment.
When do I stop therapy sessions for my child?
For children who has previously undergone therapy, it is good to have their development or progress reviewed on a 6-months or yearly review session to ensure that their child’s development is on track.
Pyramid of Learning – Important Key to Academic Learning
When a child struggles in an academic learning environment, we would need to investigate where a child needed the support.
Supporting Students with Learning Challenges
For children who are having minor challenges in learning environment, parents can support their children by providing activities that supports their sensory development.