It’s not too late to register for Open Day on Saturday 16/1/16. Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm Date: Saturday, 16 January 2016 Venue: Brightstars – Life Skills For Exceptional Kids A-1-03 Block A, Capitol 1, Oasis Square, Ara Damansara Jalan PJU … Continue reading →
Want to know more how to support emotional disregulation, lack of self-confidence, insecurity, low-self esteem, fear, anxiety, tantrums, meltdowns, anger, frustration, self-injurious behaviour and aggression?
It’s not too late to register for the talk this Thursday! I will be sharing on my experience as well as case studies on managing moods, behaviour and emotions for children with autism, ADHD and learning challenges. About the speaker – Marissa is a mother of 2 children who are recovered from autism. She is an autism advocate, writer, special-needs educator and passionate about natural health. Seats are limited, please RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or SMS/ WhatsApp to 012-3222405 by 28/1 with your name, phone number and number of pax.
Fish oil is a staple supplement in my children’s autism treatment protocol. Even though both my daughters are now recovered from autism, they still take fish oil daily as part of their essential fatty acids needs. Children with autism usually have a higher need … Continue reading →
Parents of children with autism and special needs spend thousands and thousand of dollars and countless hours on therapy and healing, yet some forget about the basic fundamentals of child safety. Teaching our children, special needs or not, to wear a seat belt or sit … Continue reading →
I’m counting down the days till the SENIM Conference on Saturday 8th November 2014! SENIM stands for the Special Education Network In Malaysia. SENIM is the local chapter of SENIA – a network of educators, professionals and parents across Asia dedicated to … Continue reading →
For the first time ever, Raun Kaufman of The Son-Rise Program® will be in Malaysia! Raun K. Kaufman is the International Autism Lecturer and Director of Global Education and Senior Teacher of The Son-Rise Program® of the Autism Treatment Center of … Continue reading →
I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for. ~ Georgia O’Keefe Please attend the Rainbow In My Heart competition this weekend, organised by my good … Continue reading →
“What happens to my children when I die? Who will take care of them?” That is a question many parents of children with autism and special needs ask themselves. Our mortality is a stark reminder of the urgency of healing our … Continue reading →
I love Epsom salt baths, also known as magnesium sulfate. Apart from supporting the sulphation pathway and assisting in detox, Epsom salt baths are very calming and provide an excellent source of magnesium to the body. Children with autism are … Continue reading →