The power of play

What The Power Of Play Truly Means For Your Child

The power of play brings emotional reactions that can be an effective autism therapy, teaching kids on the spectrum the abstract capabilities of empathy, understanding, and compassion.
childhood sexuality awareness

Childhood sexuality awareness is not ‘birds and bees’ talk: Dr. Nandita DeSouza of Sethu Foundation

Childhood sexuality is an important part of child development, intertwined with self-help skills, socialisation, self-awareness, body image and self-esteem.
Power of Play

The Woman Who Brings India’s First Dedicated Conference On The Power Of Play: Preethi Vickram

Several studies show that the Power of Play is absolutely essential for brain development, especially social and emotional development.
Meghna Singhal

Dr. Meghna Singhal: On bringing the Triple P- Positive Parenting Program® to India

Triple P is a preventatively oriented program that aims to promote positive, caring relationships between parents and their children, and to help parents develop effective management strategies for dealing with common developmental issues as well as childhood emotional and behavioural problems.

Do Fewer Toys For Children Mean Lesser Play?

There is credit in intentionally limiting toys for children. Fewer toys for children act as stimulants to develop creativity and empathy. Amidst the constant bombardment of more advanced, more colorful, more stimulating, more educational, more this and more that, this article presents why less is really more!