I AM NOT MY MENTAL ILLNESS

I AM NOT MY MENTAL ILLNESS

I am a human someone, just like you, with a mental disability. Yes, my ways of dealing with life and its offshoots are different. Yes, my behaviour may not be very welcome to all but you cannot consider me to be abnormal. It is normal to live life with a mental illness and grow along with it. I am a human someone, just like you, with a mental disability. Yes, my ways of dealing with life and its offshoots are different. Yes, my behaviour may not be very welcome to all but you…Read more
Make Resolutions Work

Make Resolutions Work

It’s a new year. And we look back to the times we succeeded in achieving our set targets and amend to bring the unfulfilled ones to fruition. Making resolutions has become a mandatory tradition, irrespective of whether they can be put into effect or not. Being new to the practice, children seek encouragement and help from their parents who are the long-serving veterans in the resolution-making process. However, it is most important to teach children how to effectively plan out and fulfil their resolutions. Here are some ways how parents can help children…Read more
Dinning Skillz

Dinning Skillz

From setting the table, to ordering at a restaurant, to eating peas with a fork, this workshop will equip students with the confidence and savvy to dine in both the casual and formal settings - at home and at restaurants, as a host and as a guest.Read more
Communication skillz

Communication skillz

Communication is perhaps the most important life skill—without this skill, interacting with others can be awkward and uncomfortable. The purpose of this workshop is to teach students how to cooperate effectively in real world settings with peers, adults, parents, siblings, and friends.Read more
Skype Sessions

Skype Sessions

Our Skype sessions now on for kids to enhance their reading and social skills, boost their imagination & confidence, clarity in speech & thought.Read more
Child NOT reading

Child NOT reading

Tips for parents By FEF If your child has not already developed a liking for books then panic buttons need to be pressed. Reading is a tool and a gift, which is required throughout the child’s life, well into adult hood and maturity. Good news is it is never too late to inculcate good reading habits with your child. Here are some tips to help parents and the families know how best to coach this habit. Sit with a Dictionary. Its important to sit with a dictionary to show that there is no…Read more
Bullying

Bullying

A few weeks ago a friend of mine spoke to me about her son, in simple words she wasn’t able to understand her son anymore. She gave birth to him, spends quality time with him and tries to converse with him. So what went wrong? Where has her son drifted away? Why is her family always under stress of achievements, rules and regulations? She met a number of doctors, psychiatrists and counselors but all in vain, they had no concrete answer and only pushed her son further in a corner. Soon enough I…Read more
Importance of social skills for children

Importance of social skills for children

No child is born socially competent and no child acquires social skills overnight. Social skills are ways of dealing with oneself and interacting with others. It is considered vital for children to be nurtured with social skills at an early age. As children grow, they are exposed to the outer world where they come across people from different age sections. And social skills pave way to establishing, strengthening and maintaining positive relationships. Children who are adequately imbibed with social values are capable of dealing with emotions and hard times, are considerate and respectful…Read more
A Leader

A Leader

Who is a leader? Not someone who leads people and instructs them. A leader is someone who leads oneself through sound choices and influences people around for the good. Some children acquire leadership skills naturally and some develop gradually, as they progress through the stages of life.Here are some tips to help children unleash the leader in them: Optimistic thinking: A true leader maintains a positive attitude and shuns the negative vibes around. Children should learn to stand up to criticism and pressure and 'never say never' even when they are unsure about…Read more
Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify, understand and regulate one’s emotions. Emotions play an important role in our daily lives, influencing a child’s thinking capability and behaviour towards others. It is at this tender age that emotional intelligence should be nurtured in children. Kids with enhanced and higher EQ (emotional quotient) - Can cope with stress, - Are resistant to adverse situations and can withstand social pressure, - Tend to visualize situations from other person’s perspective, - Are adept at handling interpersonal relationships both in all spheres of life, - Channelize their…Read more