Did you know? Children build skills quickly in the first five years of life, this is one of the most critical time periods in child development and learning.
All children develop and grow at their own pace, achieving milestones such as talking, sitting up, crawling and walking. When the child’s development milestones are delayed raising concerns that may require attention and intervention, they are called red flags.
If these concerns are not addressed early on, they may develop into specific special needs conditions as the child grows. This module helps gain knowledge about the key developmental areas and the importance of the holistic development of children. It will provide learners with an insight into how a typical child grows, what are the milestones and red flags, and the impact of delay on the child.
The challenges faced by the stakeholders involved in the development of a child are also discussed.
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We want to help you learn from the best minds in the industry and access to experts who have decades of experience in special needs
Rita specializes in helping children and young adults on the Autism spectrum, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Learning Disabilities for over 15 years. She has has helped over 500 special needs families through workshops, training, therapy and mentorship sessions. She has completed advanced and foundational training in a variety of modalities like the Sensory Processing approach, MNRI reflex integration approach, Handle approach, Osteopathic techniques, Sun-Rise Method and Neuro Emotional Technique. She has taught parents in educational workshops on topics such as sensory processing disorder, handling challenging behaviours, self-care for parents raising a special child. She is mentoring and training supportive staff/caregivers to be able to work with families and their special needs children.
On completing a Program or the entire training program, we provide a certificate that can be used to showcase your competency for future career opportunities.
We want to allow open access to a high-quality special needs training program for everyone and price shouldn’t be a barrier to it.