Powerful Tips for women Empowerment


Happy women’s day, Helping Hands

  • Go for a walk daily
  • Eat nutritious food
  • Indulge in creative work
  • Revive your hobbies
  • Spend some time with family and children
  • Eat and chat with family members
  • Join with a support group
  • Listen to music
  • Include reading habit in your day to day life
  • Get professional help when you need it. Seeking help is a sign of strength
  • Sleep 7-8 hours every day
Inauguration of women’s day celebration at University of Calicut

Counselor

Ramblas

Pulikkal, valiyaparamba road, near Calicut Airport

For more information contact: +91 8547910139

ramlabv.vengoli@gmai.com

“The prophet on LOVE”


Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself

But if you love

and must needs have desires,

Let these be your desires:

To melt and be like a running brook

That sings its melody to the night

To know the pain of too much tenderness

To be wounded

By your own understanding of love;

And to bleed willingly and joyfully

To wake at dawn with a winged heart

and give thanks for another day of loving

To rest at the noon hour and

mediate love’s ecstasy

To return home eventide with gratitude

And then to sleep with a prayer

For the beloved in your heart

and a song of praise on your lips

Gibran

Specific Learning Disorders


The child presents with a serious delay in learning to read which is evident from the early years. The problems may include omissions, distortions or substitutions of words, long hesitations, a reversal of words or simply reading.

Writing and spelling are also impaired. It is important to differentiate the disorder from scholastic backwardness, there for a proper assessment is needed.

specific developmental disorder of motor functions

It is also called motor skill disorder, developmental coordination disorder, clumsy child syndrome or motor dysphagia. It is characterized by poor coordination in daily activities of life, for example in dressing, walking, feeding and playing. There is an inability to perform fine or gross motor tasks.

Specific disorder of speech and language (dysphasia)

There are three types

1. Phonological disorder (dyslalia)

It is characterized by below-par accuracy in the use of speech sounds despite normal language skills. The problem including severe articulations errors that make it difficult for others to understand the speech. Phones or speech sounds are omitted, distorted or substituted ( e.g.cart for caret, book for blue, etc..)

2. Expressive language disorder; It is characterised by a below par ability of using expressive speech. The problems include restricted vocabulary ,difficulty in selecting appropriate words, and immature grammatical usage. Cluttering of speech may also be present.

3. Receptive language disorder. The disorder often presents as a receptive – expressive language disorder and both impairments are present together. The disorder is characterized by a below-par understanding of language. Problems include failure to respond to simple instruction; It is obviously important to rule out deafness and pervasive developmental disorder.

Specific Mathematical Disorder (dyscalculia)

The child presents with mathematics abilities well below the level expected for the mental age. The problems may include failure to understand simple mathematical concepts. Failure to recognize mathematical signs or numerical symbols, difficulty in carrying out mathematical manipulation, and difficulty in learning mathematical tables.

Treatment

The treatment of specific developmental disorders is based on learning theory principles and behavioral approaches. It involves the use of special remedial teaching, focusing on the underlying deficit ( eg: perceptual-motor training in motor skills disorders) The treatment of common co-morbid emotional problems is often necessary. Parental education and counseling are important components of good management.

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