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Organization and Time Management: Strategies for Parent

  Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) often struggle with organization and time management. These struggles can lead to poor academic performance, difficulty completing tasks, and decreased self-esteem. As a parent of a child with ADHD, there are several strategies you can use to hel

Reading Comprehension: Strategies for Parents to Help Their Child Understand What They’re Reading

Reading comprehension is an essential skill that enables children to understand and interpret written texts. However, some children may struggle with this skill, which can affect their academic performance and confidence. As a parent, there are several strategies you can use to help your child improve their reading c

Transitioning to Primary School: Tips for Students with Learning Difficulties

Transitioning to primary school can be hard for any child, as it involves adjusting to a new environment, meeting new people, and learning new routines. However, for children with learning difficulties, the transition can be particularly challenging for several reasons:

  • Developing Effective Study Habits for Children with Learning Difficulties

    Good study habits are crucial for academic success because they help children manage their time effectively and enhance their learning capabilities. It also fosters independence and self-discipline. When children learn to take responsibility for their own learning, they are better equipped to succeed academically and

Social Communication Therapy

Social communication therapy is a type of intervention designed to help individuals improve their social communication skills. It is often used to help individuals with speech and language disorders, such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), who have difficulty understanding and using social cues and language in social

Behavior Management at Home

  Managing a child's behavior can be very challenging. Especially during their toddler to pre-teen years. However, there are effective home behavior management systems that can help promote positive behaviour and reduce their problematic behavior. Here are some of the strategies that can be helpful in managin

How to Teach English to Children with Autism?

Teaching the English language to children or any other language that is not their mother tongue is not that easy. But it’s more challenging when it comes to children with autism. Children with autism have difficulty expressing themselves and they have a different way of processing information. These may be some of

The Benefits of Playing in Children’s Learning

Play is a vital part of every child's learning development. Through play, children can learn essential skills in various aspects of their lives. It is also a very important part of early intervention. With the use of stimulants or toys, even children in their infancy can benefit a lot from playing. Here are some of t

Interesting Facts About Children’s Cognitive Development

Children are quickest to pick up knowledge and skills when they are young. The moment they are born, they are already taking in a lot more information than we realize. This information evolves as they grow up and greatly affects their holistic development.  Here are some interesting facts about cognitive development

How to Support the Emotional Needs of Kids with Learning Disabilities

A child's learning disability may affect their emotional health as much as their academic performance. Learning disabilities risk children developing low self-esteem and fear of failure and build anxiety in them as they work to master subjects that may be challenging. Aside from their learning issues, they may experi