Guest Post: Language Stimulation and Learning Disability

Guest Post: Language Stimulation and Learning Disability
DR. Sulata Shenoy, Director, Turning Point, Bangalore, www.turningpointcentre.com Learning Disability in reading, comprehension, spelling and writing is believed to be primarily a language processing disorder. It stands to reason then, that early language stimulation can offset learning disabilities later in life. Communication begins as soon as a baby is born. The way you touch, hold, ...

Policy for quality schooling and its implementation under CBSE for Special Need Children

Policy for quality schooling and its implementation under CBSE for Special Need Children
Dr. Veera Gupta, Associate Professor, NUEPA, Delhi India Special Needs is an umbrella term under which array of learning difficulties can be clubbed. These learning difficulties may range from mild to profound degree related to physical ailments, terminal illness or developmental delays in children. Educational policy planners have framed policies to facilitate learning for Special ...

Guest Post: Why is inclusion important?

Guest Post: Why is inclusion important?
  Jennifer Tavares, Counselor and Special Educator, www.pledgeacademy.in When the school your child studies in calls you and politely tells you that your child is a “slow learner” or learns differently from “other children” your heart and mind just stops thinking and you begin to feel that this is the end for your child…you also ...