Challenging behavior is deemed as behavior that is either a challenge for others to manage and/or puts a person at risk.
This developmental checklist is a tool to support parents in understanding their child’s ability or learned skill during their first 60 months. As a child experience huge development in their brain, body and ability within the first 5 years of their life, it is important for parents to monitor and observe their development.
Executive functioning skills are the foundation skills for school readiness and academic success. These skills allow a person to be able to analyze, plan, organize, develop time line, adjust or change plan and complete a task within stipulated time. We develop these skills since 2 years old to all the way of a young adult. With the right environment and social interaction opportunities, a child can learn these skills effectively.
Parental involvement is critical in a child’s journey, regardless of whether the child is with special needs or not. Parents who are involved in their child’s life, even a 10 minutes a day reading bedtime story, would amount to 760 days in their first 5 years of life. That 10 minutes could be the time a child look forward to, every single day.
Setting up for online learning at home Online learning has taken the storm since pandemic started last year. Based on our online learning experience with our children with special needs, parents can set up their home for conducive online learning for your children. Looking into these guidelines, you will prepare you and your child for …
Yes, you have survived a crazy 2020, thinking that 2021 should be easier but it has been a crazy start. Before anyone is done with their new year resolution, surprises are in your face. Here are some suggestions to support you to keep going. Evaluate (what you need) Look at the progress you have made …