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Two Minute Parenting: My First Video Blog

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8a13fyZcF7E] Learning anything new is difficult. It takes lot of time and patience but it also brings innate joy, pride and of course the confidence. The first time...

What Should Special Need Parents Learn From Tom Sawyer !

    Few years ago after the diagnosis of my daughter, when I was still seeking the answers of some questions and  learning to deal with the new place I...

A Therapist Hitting The Child? Utterly Outrageous !

      Last week My daughter Aarshia came back crying from the school. I asked what's wrong but all she could tell me was some name I couldn't make...

A Must Know App If You Are Teaching Reading!

Down syndrome or no down syndrome, reading is one skill we all parents want to instil in our children. Books being your best friend, it is something that...

What To Say To That Stranger With Special Needs ?

'Oooh!' She is so adorable, very pretty,  a voice raved,  gushing about a toddler dressed in her fuchsia dress ..How old is she? Another voice came..the proud mother...

A Wonderful Start To The New Year; Girl With DS Donates...

When I first read about Karishma on Natalie Hale’s page, I was speechless. She is extremely beautiful and quite a composed young woman and it was not the...

Are We Turning Our Special Needs Children Into Inspirational Porn Stars?

Now, before I start getting the flak for it, let me explain the meaning of “Inspirational Porn”. Inspirational porn means fabricating an ordinary deed or action as something extraordinary....

What to do when your Special Needs child is stared at?...

 Down syndrome or no Down syndrome, every child is unique. There are children who are extremely naughty, nasty and then some who are super sensitive, funny and social....

Are Too Many Instructions Confusing Your Special Needs Child?

                               The day I got to know that my daughter had Down syndrome and would only lead...

Can Children With Special Needs Really Have ‘Typical’ Friends..?

  It was a normal evening in my kids' school premises. I was waiting for my son and his class to come back after an excursion. There were Mothers...

Down’s syndrome doesn’t define these young, Israeli backpackers..!!

This was the headline that got my attention over everything else. I was busy glancing at the paper while sipping my Sunday morning tea. The title was catchy...