5 Ways to Include Kids on the Autism Spectrum During Playtime

- Rohini Katriar

5 Ways to Include Kids on the Autism Spectrum During Playtime I have two kids, 11 and 8, a girl and a boy. My daughter is 11 and in her own words is a “sassy goody two-shoes” and an absolute drea[...]

How do you explain autism to a sibling?

- Rohini Katriar

How do you explain autism to a sibling? BY Rohini Katriar Autism walked into our lives roughly 6 years ago, and contrary to my initial expectation,it is clearly here to stay. Unwelcome guest that[...]

How Our Pooch Helped Our Son Engage with the World

- Rohini Katriar

How Our Pooch Helped Our Son Engage with the World   We are a family of 5, 2 of us play acting as adults, 2 of us getting trained in being adults and 1 of us getting away with being a lazy dog[...]

Autism and What Works

- Suja Pisharody

Autism and What Works Suja Pisharody   Today is World Autism Day and I want to share what I learnt from Autism, after all we have been sparring for the last three years and I have actually [...]

Living With Autism

- Suja Pisharody

Reading about Autism and actually living with it 24/7 is a totally different experience. Add Sensory Processing Disorder and Dyspraxia to this mix and the challenges multiply manifold as is the case with[...]

Somedays I Am

- Rohini Katriar

Somedays I Am Somedays I am a warrior, I could fight an army Somedays I am a hermit, and cannot handle people Somedays I am a quitter, and cannot put my feet on the ground Somedays I am so driven, I [...]

Diversity -Is It Only About Gender?

- Tarun Gupta

Diversity - is it only about gender? by Tarun Gupta How often do you consider diversity in your hiring decisions? How important is workforce diversity in winning over the trust, employee engagement a[...]

5 Books To Read When You Get An Autism Diagnosis

- Rohini Katriar

5 Books To Read When You Get An Autism Diagnosis by Rohini Katriar   If you are reading this piece first let me give you a hug and welcome you to this crazy world of autism. It's not ideal, but[...]

Autism Spectrum Disorder

- Suja Pisharody

Autism Spectrum Disorder by Suja Pisharody   Many a time I come across parents whose children are on the Autism Spectrum and they are trying their best to ‘normalise’ them and remove any tr[...]

Babies need attuned mothers to form trusting bonds, not ‘experts’

- Shelja Sen

Babies need attuned mothers to form trusting bonds, not ‘experts’ Babies with secure attachments have higher chances of growing up to be socially and emotionally healthy. They carry the message that[...]

Growing pains: Myth of carefree childhood

- Shelja Sen

Growing pains: Myth of carefree childhood What they need to hear from us is, ‘No matter what happens, I have your back!’ From our adult tinted glasses, we like to assume that the young have it so[...]

Imagine: Children with autism are different, not less

- Shelja Sen

Imagine: Children with autism are different, not less The child is not damaged or broken so nothing needs to be fixed. Maybe we are bit broken as human beings that we struggle to accept children who do [...]

Best Techniques To Understand Anger Management In Children | Parenting Tips

- Shelja Sen

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TclU9cDLWw[/embed]

Tips For Mindful Parenting | Dr. Shelja Sen | Parenting Tips

- Shelja Sen

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgXGztV66KM[/embed]

How to pick up if your child might have Learning Difficulties?

- Shelja Sen

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1jMc60QWrE[/embed]

How to Discipline Your Child with Love and Mindfulness

- Shelja Sen

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zhelvVCu18[/embed]

The 5 C’s of Parenting by Dr. Shelja Sen

- Shelja Sen

The 5 C's of Parenting by Dr. Shelja Sen [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCXk9NMmWwU&t=2s[/embed][...]

TED Talk on Dil Se: How to Speak (and Listen) to Your Children

- Shelja Sen

TED Talk on Dil Se: How to Speak (and Listen) to Your Children by Dr. Shelja Sen [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zJw6lqV5fE[/embed][...]

Are We Failing Our Children? – TEDx Gateway

- Shelja Sen

Are We Failing Our Children? - TEDx Gateway [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vp-yK8IppbQ&t=50s[/embed]

What is Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration?

- Dr. Kavita Arora & Kavita Joshi

What is Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration?   We all learn, explore and understand the world through our senses using the process of Sensory Integration. This is how we transform sen[...]

Role of the School Counsellor

- Harshita Kaushal

Introduction In 1997, the American Counselling Association (ACA) adopted the following definition of professional counselling: ‘The application of mental health, psychological, or human development[...]

Bridging the Gap: Ideas for a More Inclusive Sexuality Education Program

- Ankita Khanna

A twenty two year old autistic young man of low intellectual functioning I work with recently got into trouble with the police because he was making repeated phone calls to other young men and asking the[...]

The Balancing Act: Raising Our Kids In A Gender-Free World

- Ankita Khanna

I still remember a time not so long ago when my five-year-old nephew had developed a fascination for all things supposedly ‘girly’. He loved the colour pink, and everything that sparkled. When the ot[...]

5 Ways to Include Kids on the Autism Spectrum During Playtime

- Rohini Katriar

5 Ways to Include Kids on the Autism Spectrum During Playtime I have two kids, 11 and 8, a girl and a boy. My daughter is 11 and in her own words is a “sassy goody two-shoes” and an absolute drea[...]

How do you explain autism to a sibling?

- Rohini Katriar

How do you explain autism to a sibling? BY Rohini Katriar Autism walked into our lives roughly 6 years ago, and contrary to my initial expectation,it is clearly here to stay. Unwelcome guest that[...]

How Our Pooch Helped Our Son Engage with the World

- Rohini Katriar

How Our Pooch Helped Our Son Engage with the World   We are a family of 5, 2 of us play acting as adults, 2 of us getting trained in being adults and 1 of us getting away with being a lazy dog[...]

Autism and What Works

- Suja Pisharody

Autism and What Works Suja Pisharody   Today is World Autism Day and I want to share what I learnt from Autism, after all we have been sparring for the last three years and I have actually [...]

Living With Autism

- Suja Pisharody

Reading about Autism and actually living with it 24/7 is a totally different experience. Add Sensory Processing Disorder and Dyspraxia to this mix and the challenges multiply manifold as is the case with[...]

Somedays I Am

- Rohini Katriar

Somedays I Am Somedays I am a warrior, I could fight an army Somedays I am a hermit, and cannot handle people Somedays I am a quitter, and cannot put my feet on the ground Somedays I am so driven, I [...]

Diversity -Is It Only About Gender?

- Tarun Gupta

Diversity - is it only about gender? by Tarun Gupta How often do you consider diversity in your hiring decisions? How important is workforce diversity in winning over the trust, employee engagement a[...]

5 Books To Read When You Get An Autism Diagnosis

- Rohini Katriar

5 Books To Read When You Get An Autism Diagnosis by Rohini Katriar   If you are reading this piece first let me give you a hug and welcome you to this crazy world of autism. It's not ideal, but[...]

Autism Spectrum Disorder

- Suja Pisharody

Autism Spectrum Disorder by Suja Pisharody   Many a time I come across parents whose children are on the Autism Spectrum and they are trying their best to ‘normalise’ them and remove any tr[...]

Babies need attuned mothers to form trusting bonds, not ‘experts’

- Shelja Sen

Babies need attuned mothers to form trusting bonds, not ‘experts’ Babies with secure attachments have higher chances of growing up to be socially and emotionally healthy. They carry the message that[...]

Growing pains: Myth of carefree childhood

- Shelja Sen

Growing pains: Myth of carefree childhood What they need to hear from us is, ‘No matter what happens, I have your back!’ From our adult tinted glasses, we like to assume that the young have it so[...]

Imagine: Children with autism are different, not less

- Shelja Sen

Imagine: Children with autism are different, not less The child is not damaged or broken so nothing needs to be fixed. Maybe we are bit broken as human beings that we struggle to accept children who do [...]

Best Techniques To Understand Anger Management In Children | Parenting Tips

- Shelja Sen

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TclU9cDLWw[/embed]

Tips For Mindful Parenting | Dr. Shelja Sen | Parenting Tips

- Shelja Sen

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgXGztV66KM[/embed]

How to pick up if your child might have Learning Difficulties?

- Shelja Sen

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1jMc60QWrE[/embed]

How to Discipline Your Child with Love and Mindfulness

- Shelja Sen

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zhelvVCu18[/embed]

The 5 C’s of Parenting by Dr. Shelja Sen

- Shelja Sen

The 5 C's of Parenting by Dr. Shelja Sen [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCXk9NMmWwU&t=2s[/embed][...]

TED Talk on Dil Se: How to Speak (and Listen) to Your Children

- Shelja Sen

TED Talk on Dil Se: How to Speak (and Listen) to Your Children by Dr. Shelja Sen [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zJw6lqV5fE[/embed][...]

Are We Failing Our Children? – TEDx Gateway

- Shelja Sen

Are We Failing Our Children? - TEDx Gateway [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vp-yK8IppbQ&t=50s[/embed]

What is Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration?

- Dr. Kavita Arora & Kavita Joshi

What is Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration?   We all learn, explore and understand the world through our senses using the process of Sensory Integration. This is how we transform sen[...]

Role of the School Counsellor

- Harshita Kaushal

Introduction In 1997, the American Counselling Association (ACA) adopted the following definition of professional counselling: ‘The application of mental health, psychological, or human development[...]

Bridging the Gap: Ideas for a More Inclusive Sexuality Education Program

- Ankita Khanna

A twenty two year old autistic young man of low intellectual functioning I work with recently got into trouble with the police because he was making repeated phone calls to other young men and asking the[...]

The Balancing Act: Raising Our Kids In A Gender-Free World

- Ankita Khanna

I still remember a time not so long ago when my five-year-old nephew had developed a fascination for all things supposedly ‘girly’. He loved the colour pink, and everything that sparkled. When the ot[...]

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