Stay-Home Activity: 3 DIY Resources to Enliven Your Child’s Learning
With extended periods of home-based learning, parents may have run out of ideas to keep their children engaged at home. Fret not as our teachers at the SPD Building Bridges [...]
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Is My Child Ready for Toilet Training? (Part 2)
In the previous article, “Is My Child Ready for Toilet Training? (Part 1)”, SPD’s occupational therapist, Jahzeel Ann Adan Eleazar, introduced toilet training and some common barriers that affect it. [...]
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Is My Child Ready for Toilet Training? (Part 1)
Training your child to use the toilet is an exciting milestone for both child and parent alike. In this first of the two-part series, SPD’s occupational therapist Jahzeel Ann Adan [...]
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How to Improve Your Child’s Organisational Skills
Children who struggle with being organised often take a long time to find things that are needed or to complete their work, and is unaware of the things that are [...]
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Tips to Engage Your Child Meaningfully at Home
Participation in meaningful life activities plays an important role in the development of our children’s physical skills, social skills, and well-being, laying the foundations for their interpersonal development and school [...]
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Should W-Sitting Be A Cause for Concern for Parents?
With many differing views on this sitting position, parents are often confused about the impact of W-sitting on a child’s hips and legs development. SPD’s physiotherapist Cliodhna Kavanagh addresses the [...]
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Why Recognising Your Child’s Strengths is Important
SPD’s social worker Ong Xiu Hui shares why parenting should focus on the strengths of the child rather than his/her weaknesses.
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