Shaken baby Syndrome

Child abuse occurs at every socioeconomic level, across ethnic and cultural lines within all religions and at all levels of education. Child abuse being a preventable cause we as society , individuals , parents and caregivers  needs to be emotionally intelligent to identify our emotions of  stress, anger , frustration , depression, unhappiness at right …

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Some of the common habit behavioral disorder

Some of the  common habit behavioral  disorder  What  are  Habit disorders ? They are  repetitive,non-functional behaviors that do notresult in injury or interfere with normal activities, occur in the contextof normal development and typically resolve without specific treatment. They are mostly tension discharging phenomenon. Some commonly observed  habit disorders  are : Thumb sucking, Nail biting, …

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ATTENTION DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)

ADHD blog: What  is ADHD ? ADHD is  a neurobehavioral  disorder of childhood especially affecting school aged children. Why Do some children have this  disorder ?   ADHD is currently considered to have multiple causes however exact etiology of ADHD is unknown.There can be some environmental and genetic factors . Environmental factors:Low birth weight, prenatal …

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Speech Therapy at CONTINUA Kids

What is speech therapy Speech therapy is a corrective treatment for physical cognitive deficits resulting in difficulty with verbal communication. It includes working on both speech and language. Depending on the nature and severity of the disorder, treatments may range from physical strengthening exercises, repetitive practice and activities and use of audio-visual aids. Who is a …

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Treatment of Autism spectrum Disorder

Treatment of Autism spectrum Disorder Intervention should begin as early as possible, even while evaluation for a definitive diagnosis is ongoing. Management should be provided through interdisciplinary teams, coordinated by a Developmental Pediatrician/Pediatrician and should include a Child neurologist or psychiatrist, Clinical Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Speech and language therapist, Special educator. Many interventional models are …

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