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By Fatima Ali We may feel at times that giving our children toys or gadgets is not good for them but we need to understand that this is not the case for every single gadget. Some toys and gadgets can increase the child’s creativity and even promote socialization. Likewise, for children with ADHD or Autism, […]

By Fariha Mobin Karamat Our visual experiences need to have a logical structure in order for us to understand them. Color harmony provides that structure and it’s a pleasing arrangement of different things. There are four primary colors: red, blue, yellow, and green. They relate respectively to the body, brain, the mind, the emotions and […]

By Fariha Mobin Karamat Over the past few years, art has been used in a variety of ways to heal emotional injuries, increase understanding of oneself and others. Creativity can make a powerful contribution to the healing process of individuals. We live in a fast-paced world of quick decisions and fragmented thoughts. Art helps us […]

By Wajeeha Fayyaz Learning is growing and growing is necessary for living. The way Autistic children learn is very different from the rest of us. Therefore, we have to help them learn the way they are comfortable, and not force our method of learning. One of the most important skill Autistic children need to learn […]

Let’s visualize it!
January 28, 2018

By Wajeeha Abdullah Autism effects the way a child understands and communicates with others. Therefore, we need to adapt ourselves so that we can help bridge the gap in learning. Research has shown that children with ASD understand better once they have visualized the concept or the process to be learned. This is where visual […]

By Zara Imran Intellectual disabilities are referred to as ‘’mental retardation’’. It can be characterized by lack of both, cognitive functioning and adaptive behavior. In view of some people an intellectual disability can be diagnosed only on the basis of below-normal intelligence / IQ and the person with intellectual disabilities is unable to learn or […]

By Faryal Afzal Some children do a lot of effort in their studies but still they fall behind their peers. At times they do well in their studies but still there is a drop off in their grades. Mostly they face difficulty in ongoing problems including reading, writing and mathematics. Often these academic problems are […]