Play is a crucial aspect of childhood development, serving as a foundation for acquiring new skills and expanding knowledge.
Conduct individual and group therapy. Be part of a multidisciplinary team, lead and contribute to meetings with both staff and parents, and more!
Consistently provide an excellent standard of teaching for young children with a wide variety of abilities and more!
Helping children with emotion regulation early on is essential to their long term well-being. Children who regulate their emotions well are able to use different strategies to manage their emotions and thus are less likely to engage in behaviours that lead to negative consequences.
Despite being as smart and educated as other children of the same age, some children encounter persistent and impairing difficulties in particular aspects of learning. These difficulties may be identified to be a Specific Learning Disorder (SLD) which is neurological or inborn in nature.
Joint attention happens when children share a common focus on the same object, person, or event. It is a pivotal skill that emerges as early as the first year of life and is a must for communication, learning and relationship-building to occur.