A Worried Mother

When a child is born a mother is born too, but what also comes as a part of the package is worry. We as mothers find different things to worry about every day. The main cause of concern for every mother to be able to ensure she gives the best to her child and they […]

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Why Attend to a Child’s Inattention?

Inattention has been defined as the ‘lack of attention’ or the ‘failure to carefully think about, listen to, or watch someone or something’ {Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary}.  In other words, it refers to the inability of an individual to attend to an item or object, person, sound etc. for a required duration of time. In daily life, […]

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Here’s Why You Should Talk To Your Baby

You may think your baby does not understand a word you’re saying but fact is your baby has been learning language since before he was born. Babies have been endowed with skills that help them learn language naturally. This set of skills helps them acquire an understanding of the surroundings, assist them in expressing themselves, […]

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Spectrum of Hope – Siddhartha

Walk a mile in my shoes See what i see Hear what i hear Feel what i feel Maybe then you will understand Why i do what i do Parenting a child with special needs is an intense and a significant experience. ‘Spectrum Of Hope’ is a new feature on our blog through which we […]

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Recognizing Namrata Pai’s Contribution

Successful, Compassionate, Kind, Determined, Dynamic, Creative, Smart, Innovative these and many more qualities wrapped in a single pack! Meet Namrata Pai, Founder & Director of Magpie Speech Language Intervention Services, Bangaluru, India. With her never to say die spirit, Namrata has carved a niche in the field of Speech Language Pathology in India. Her exemplary […]

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Let’s Play – Encouraging Children to Learn

Watching a child play is so beautiful! Although it seems so basic, play provides several hidden contributions for the child. The function of play would be quite different for a child when compared to an adult. For instance, I would use play when I want to relax or when I want to socialize with others. […]

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Khwaish Gupta – An Inspiration

Deafness certainly doesn’t make a person dumb or weak. We often hear about the challenges children and young people with disabilities face, yet some people find success beyond the barriers with their unstoppable perseverance and excel beyond their anomaly. Differentially abled by deafness, Khwaish Gupta has endured her share of challenges caused by her hearing […]

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Typical Articulation Development in Children

Children learn the different sounds of their language gradually over the first 8 years of life. They learn to combine words according to the rules or patterns they hear from adults in their environment. You might be surprised to know that children learn the sounds of their native language by nine months of age! But […]

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15 Early Signs of Autism

Early intervention improves outcomes in young children with autism.  Despite increased awareness, many children are not diagnosed with autism until age four or more! Detecting autism as early as possible is essential. Autism is diagnosed by observing a child’s behavior and looking for specific symptoms. The following are some of the early signs/Red Flags to identify […]

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