DR SHRUTI SINGH, Early Intervention Consultant & Pharmacologist (AIIMS) Blog compiled by MS ANVI MAHAJAN In the previous blog, we learnt about the importance of play, its different stages and types. Let’s understand how we can plan and structure play so that…read more
Ms Devika Chugh, Counselor & Special Educator at SUNRISE LEARNING BEd (Special Education in ASD), MA Psychology, English Honors (Blog compilation by Ms Anvi Mahajan) Puberty is the period where an adolescent’s body begins to change and develop in the process of…read more
Everyone deserves to be in an environment that helps them actualize their dreams and aspirations. When we teach children on the autism spectrum a skill, the final goal is to ensure that they can independently perform the same.read more
It is never too early to start teaching your children skills that drive them towards independence. These skills don’t develop overnight, making it essential to start working towards this goal as early as possible. It may take a couple of years for the child to be able to perform an activity independently.read more
‘PEOPLE WITH AUTISM ARE DOING WONDERS WITH TECHNOLOGY”, when they get a conducive sensory-friendly & encouraging social environment, they learn computer skills like pros, and through these learnt skills, which are their inherent strengths also (in many ways), they overcome many of their weaknesses & challenges (of communication).read more
A parent, care giver or educator who strives to engage a child in a learning activity is well aware of the challenge that he or she faces everyday — that of attracting and retaining the attention of the learner in the activity. Attention is a key skill for learning, and there are some well thought out steps that can be made a part of daily play or activity time which will gradually build attention spans.read more
If you are a parent of a child who has recently been handed over a diagnosis of “autism spectrum disorders”, then this article is for you.
You might be in the stage, when your child is showing some red flags or high-risk indicators in the developmental milestones, for being on the autism spectrum or any other neuro-developmental condition.read more