Multisensory Learning Enhances Reading Skills

Reading is a complex task. Do you know why? It demands a few basic skills to start with. Skills such as, Phonics (letter-sound relationship) Phonemic awareness (awareness that a word is comprised of different sounds) Vocabulary  Fluency Comprehension However, this...
Gadget Addiction – How to Stop My Child’s Addiction

Gadget Addiction – How to Stop My Child’s Addiction

Is gadget use harmful to kids? How can we best regulate its use while also preventing addiction in children? This blog addresses such issues that bewilder parents What is gadget addiction? It is no exaggeration to say that gadgets have now become an inevitable part of...
Sensory Integration Therapy

Sensory Integration Therapy

We have all heard that we have 5 senses. Touch, taste, sight, smell, and hearing. Each of these senses brings us important information. For example, TOUCH helps you know the difference between the feel of a butterfly landing on your arm and the feel of a friend...
Motor Skills Milestones in Children

Motor Skills Milestones in Children

Motor skills – Without it, one just cannot get around! Motor skills primarily deal with movement skills that a baby achieves as he/she develops, and milestones refer to the stages of development. Together this term is frequently used to give information about the...

Multisensory Learning For Dyslexia

Is your child struggling to read even the most common words?   If yes, multisensory learning can make your child’s learning process easier and happier. Want to know how? Let’s read further to learn about dyslexia and understand how multisensory learning can help...

Speech Therapy: An Approach For ADHD

My child is hyperactive and lacks speech. Does that mean he is a “bad kid”? How do I help him?? Have you ever felt the same way? If yes, this blog will help you know more about your child and the condition ADHD. Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder is a condition in...

Toe Walking – Causes , Signs and Symptoms

Toe walking, AKA equinus gait, needs no special introduction. But correcting it is not as easy as berry picking. It is a condition where the child is on his toes with the heels in the air while walking and doing other weight-bearing activities. Toe walkers often do...

Multisensory Learning

We understand and learn better when we use different senses such as vision, hearing, movement and touch. Learning through senses helps us retain the information in our minds for a longer time, and makes learning more interesting. While all learners use all the four...

Autism Treatment Guide: What, Why, When, How

“What is autism?” Can different therapies truly help my child with autism?” “Can medicines cure the autistic features of my child?” If you are a parent concerned about the future of your child diagnosed with autism or autism spectrum...

Autism Symptoms In Children

“My 3-yr-old daughter speaks only 4-5 words and does not play with other kids. Does she have autism?” “How do I know if my child has autism?” The questions above are just a few of the ones that parents worry about when their kids have...

Virtual Autism – How To Deal With It

Just like a moth drawn to light, humans are drawn to screens. Today, screens have become an integral part of our everyday life. We consume so much digital content these days that we sometimes forget the harmful effects of excessive screen exposure. Children spend...

Multisensory Teaching Techniques And Activities

In a traditional classroom, a teacher enters the class, greets the students, writes words on the board, asks students to read and then asks students to copy the words onto their notebooks. This process is repeated for every class. Over here, learning mainly relies on...

High-functioning Autism: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Autism is an umbrella term used to describe people who have difficulty forming and maintaining relationships with other people. People with high-functioning autism often exhibit a few traits that others on the autistic spectrum might not. More often, they are highly...