A “special needs child” is defined as having medical, developmental, or neurological challenges, or another type of disability which impacts the entire family system, thereby requiring...
To manage issues with attention, it is important to first understand what attention means. It is important to recognise that sometimes our perception of what attention is can be one-dimensional. We often mistakenly penalise the child when he/she seems to display behaviours that do not fit into our perceived definition of attention.
The Equine Assisted Training and Employment (Equate) programme gives a resounding yes.
Run by the Equestrian Federation of Singapore, the Equate programme...
Credit: A video by Channel 5
Credit: A video by Trixie Chua & Celine Kim for Special Seeds Singapore.
Credit: A video by NCSS