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Building Blocks of Imitation

Development of imitation skills in children is crucial for their speech, language, and overall communication development. These skills start developing from birth and progress from basic to more complex imitations, encompassing gross motor, speech motor,….

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Joint Attention

Joint attention is an early social‐communicative behavior in which two people share an attentional focus on an object or event with each other. Joint attention evolves around three months of age and is well established by eighteen months. Lack of joint….

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Wheelbarrow Walking

Therapy technique – Wheelbarrow Walking Wheelbarrow walking is one of the best techniques for children with low tone or neuromotor dysfunction. This technique can help improve: postural stability core strengthening, and upper extremity strengthening….

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Toilet Training for Children

A common concern that most families with children have had ‘not being able to indicate toilet needs!’ When children soil their pants or when there is an “accident”, especially when out at social gatherings parents feel helpless, uncomfortable, embarrassed….

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The Most Dangerous Myth About Autism!

Autism is characterised by an inability to make social interactions, social communication and stereotypical behaviours. These behaviours often stem from an inability to communicate or express their needs optimally due to difficulties in motor planning….

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It’s Never - ‘Just Play’

Play has been called the ‘work of children’ and has a crucial role in a child's early years of development. Literature shows that 75% of a child’s brain development happens after birth. Each time a child engages in an activity, nerve cells within the….

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Neutral Warmth

Neutral warmth acts through stimulating the thermoreceptors and activating parasympathetic responses. It is one of the best calming techniques and the most commonly used methods to inhibit postural tone and muscle activity for autistic children and those….

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Why Some Children Dislike Ice-creams

Why Some Children Dislike Eating Ice-Creams? Ice-creams and chocolates are thought to be a child’s best friend! However, this is not true with all children. Ice creams can be fearful or anxiety provoking due to an underlying hypersensitivity to temperature….

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Teletherapy is a method of service delivery where a therapist provides assessment, lesson plan, and treatment to various disorders using online platforms. Some of the BENEFITS of pediatric teletherapy are: Enables parent and child to take therapy sessions….

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