Parents can play a big role in shaping children into worthwhile adults by being sensitive to their different needs at each stage of development. Here are some do's and don'ts for various phases.
All children benefit from play, but an autistic or special needs child may find it difficult to participate in traditional games. Here are 10 games that such children can engage in
Outdoor play benefits all children, and it can improve behavior, social skills and attention in children with autism spectrum disorder. Time to show your child the joy of great outdoors
In this Exclusive Conversation with ParentCircle, Deepa Narayan talks about how we do a big disservice to our girls by raising them differently, and what we can all take steps toward gender equality.
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Once your child steps into the teens, it triggers off the so-called 'generation gap'. What a tough time it is for both you and your child! These tips will enlighten you on how to bridge this gap
While all parents feel guilty at some point in their journey, the churning felt by those with special needs children is more pronounced. Find out how to handle such emotions in a healthy manner...
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If you are raising a child with special needs, we can help you with expert advice and tips on how to support your child and yourself in these difficult times.
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Every child with special needs has a unique set of educational requirements, and they may even need your support for dealing with everyday life. Understanding your child’s needs and seeking help from teachers and specialists will go a long way in helping your child reach their full potential
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This is the second article of a two-part series on supporting parents of children with special needs. In this article, we look at self-care strategies and how to get support, which will help parents lead fulfilling lives—and help them raise children without feeling overwhelmed
Who would have known that gardening could help children with autism? Yes, through this simple activity, they can learn to communicate, cooperate and process emotions better! Know how!
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Having to leave your wailing child with a caregiver is pure agony, especially when your little one doesn’t know that the separation is temporary. But take heart—separation anxiety is normal, and there are ways to ease the pain for both you and your child
Dr Sharon Saline, a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 30 years of experience, is a top expert on ADHD, anxiety, learning differences and mental health challenges and their impact on school and family dynamics. In this video, she talks about why ADHD diagnoses are increasing in children and how parents of children with ADHD can communicate better with them to avoid conflict and provide support.
School Sports Days are here again and children are excited to take part in various activities. Here are the benefits of letting our girls play sports. Read on for exclusive insights into this topic.
Sensitise your child to people with special needs and encourage him to treat them like he treats everyone else. Here's how!
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