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How MBCN is enriching the lives of specially-abled kids?

How MBCN is enriching the lives of specially-abled kids?

Life is full of hardships, but it is these hardships that help us grow. However, the opportunity to grow is only feasible for those who have the resources to sustain tough times. Mental and physical health become the bare minimum of such resources that enable us to improve. But the life of those who are unfortunately deprived of even the bare minimum is an uphill battle.

Believing in the idea of an equal society, Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan aims to help the specially abled children by providing them with education, therapy and vocational training, which helps them become financially independent.

The sheltered workshop is one such initiative that enriches the lives of these children. The range of products that are available include office items, gift items and day to day necessities such as paper bags and envelopes. All these products are made using eco friendly methods, which go a long way in creating a sustainable-environment.B

The rehabilitation professionals provide special training to the kids, which equips them with the necessary skill set to create these products. Besides making them self-sufficient, such activities also instill a sense of self worth in them. Kids with special needs are very sensitive and the unfortunate worsening of their condition has been accredited to the unjust behaviour of people around them. What one must understand is that the key to helping these delicate children is love and patience.
How MBCN is enriching the lives of specially-abled kids?

At the sheltered workshop, specially abled kids enjoy making the products, and the profit from the sale is distributed amongst these kids. The impact of the workshop is multifold, as the specially abled kids learn a new skill while enjoying the process at the same time.
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The world is full of problems, and as human beings, the least we can do is help each other build a society, which is based on equality and unity. We at MBCN, work ceaselessly to enrich the lives of these children and hope for a better future for them.

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Sensory Play and its benefits for autistic children

Sensory Play and its benefits for autistic children

Children use their senses to explore the world as soon as they are born. This is the reason we usually find toddlers putting almost everything in their mouth trying to discover the taste and texture of different objects.

However, not all children find it easy to understand the messages they receive from their senses. Hence, sensory play is what comes into light for those children that helps them in adapting to their surroundings easily.

Sensory Play and its benefits

Sensory play is any activity that stimulates the senses. This includes the five main senses of touch, smell, sight, taste, and sound, as well as the two not-as-frequently-mentioned senses: vestibular (sense of balance) and proprioceptive (sense of where each body part is in relation to the rest).

Sensory activities facilitate exploration and naturally encourage children to use scientific processes while they play, create, investigate and explore. The sensory activities allow children to refine their thresholds for different sensory information helping their brain to create stronger connections to process and respond to sensory information.

Sensory Play Activity

The brain growth that occurs through sensory play enhances children”s senses, and their enhanced senses in turn make them better able to use those senses for learning.

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Sensory play offers immense benefits in the development of a child. Here are a few skills that children develop when engaging in sensory play:

● Language Skills: Children develop their vocabulary as they are asked to talk on a particular topic everyday
● Social Skills: Children learn to share, negotiate and plan.
● Fine Motor Skills: As children manipulate small objects, they develop their fine motor skills.
● Gross Motor Skills: Children develop gross motor skills by squatting, jumping, or otherwise moving their bodies.
● Dramatic Play Skills: Children use sensory materials to engage in dramatic play.
● Scientific Reasoning Skills: Children learn about cause and effect when manipulating sensory materials.
● Self-Control Skills: Children develop self-control as they learn to respect the rules and boundaries for sensory play.

Sensory play

There are many kinds of sensory play activities out there that can help your child in numerous ways. So go ahead, try them and have a wonderful time by engaging your kids in some of the creative sensory plays. By making sure the activities are fun and varied children will have the opportunity to develop these important skills and let them be in control of their own experiences and actions.