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How Does A Strengths-based IEP Approach Empower Students?

20th May 2022

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Individualized Education Program (IEP) usually focuses as much on a child’s strengths. This furthermore enhances student development and increases parental involvement. Read the blog to know more! ...


Written By : Sheetal Sharma

                  

     

How Can You Help ADHD Individuals Deal With Motivation Problems?

11th May 2022

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Children with ADHD cannot get started on something unless it is very interesting to them. An individual with ADHD must find motivation (both internal and external) along with the correct strategies, arousal and continue with the appropriate behavior to get a task done at hand. ...


Written By : Sonal Agrawal

                  

     

What Is Autism-Friendly? Becoming Sensory Friendly

27th April 2022

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Autism friendly changes are planned to make the experiences more inclusive and accessible for people with sensory sensitivities. Autism does not distinguish based on age, sex, race, or religion. ...


Written By : Rimpa Ghosh

                  

     

Special Abilities Of Verbally Gifted Children

11th April 2022

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Class teachers in inclusive classrooms should have the capability to find out the verbal challenges of a special kid in case parents of gifted children are not aware of the fact. It becomes quite transparent if children are having issues with their language skills. When kids reach a certain age when they can easily express their social and emotional points of view but are unable to express them verbally. ...


Written By : Aditi Ghose

                  

     

Understanding The Graduated Approach in Special Education

25th March 2022

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Graduated Approach is the system by which schools usually assess the requirements of special needs children, and then provide appropriate support. Read the blog as it has shared all the important details about the graduated approach in special education. ...


Written By : Sheetal Sharma

                  

     

Unbeatable Steps That Help To Improve Social Skills Of SEN Children

17th March 2022

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Autism is a spectrum disorder that has varying degrees of severity and abilities is quite an interesting thing. Some children are high-functioning and they’re capable enough to mask autism symptoms until social pressures build and become too vast for them. This often coincides with when they enter a highly social environment like school. ...


Written By : Sonal Agrawal

                  

     
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