HEALTH AND WELLNESS

COUNSELING

  • Individual counseling and group counseling sessions for health and wellness, behavioral, personal & adjustment issues. (For Students, Parents & Teachers)
  • Behavior modification
  • Improving Relationships
  • Single parent concerns
  • Promoting Decision making
  • Emotional wellness
  • Improving personal effectiveness
  • Unblock the inner potential
  • Coping skills for Low self-esteem, Confidence, Interest
  • Academic Counselling
  • Identifying learning difficulties
  • Improving Lifestyle
  • Coping with Grief

LIFE SKILLS CLASSES

CLASSES 1 & 2:

  • Social/Emotional development
  • Ability to form and maintain relationships
  • Build confidence & self-esteem
  • Time management
  • Good touch & bad touch
  • Teaching different emotions & anger Management
  • Anxiety & Fear
  • Instill moral values – right from wrong
  • Adjusting to a new environment
  • Counseling and supportive intervention to parents and students.

CLASSES 3 TO 5:

  • Sessions on communication skills, personal Hygiene, Bullying, Peer pressure & getting along with the peer group.
  • Character formation and developing values.

CLASSES 6 TO 8:

  • Awareness of oneself and social development
  • Handling Physical and emotional changes
  • Anger Management
  • Examination stress
  • Effective study skills
  • Accepting one’s role in family, Society, and Nation.

CLASSES 6 TO 8:

  • Self-Analysis
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving and Decision making
  • Emotional Development (EQ)
  • Stress management
  • Time management
  • Understanding priorities and Goal Setting
  • Empathy and Interpersonal relationships
  • Conflict Management
  • Making a good career choice
  • Self-Analysis
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving and Decision making
  • Emotional Development (EQ)
  • Stress management
  • Time management
  • Understanding priorities and Goal Setting
  • Empathy and Interpersonal relationships
  • Conflict Management
  • Making a good career choice
  • Self-Analysis
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem-solving and Decision making
  • Emotional Development (EQ)
  • Stress management
  • Time management
  • Health and Wellness
  • Understanding priorities and Goal Setting
  • Empathy and Interpersonal relationships
  • Conflict Management
  • Making a good career choice

Workshops

FOR TEACHERS

  • Sensitizing them in handling different types of children
  • Stress management
  • Work-life balance

FOR PARENTS

  • Sensitizing them in creating a supportive environment
  • Addressing single parents
  • Orienting the parents

FOR STUDENTS

  • Adapting to the challenges
  • Health and Wellness

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • CLUBS: To bring in the change in oneself.
  • I PROMISE CLUB for CLASSES 3 to 5
  • I AM A LEADER CLUB for CLASSES 6 to 8
  • I DECIDE CLUB for CLASSES 9 & 10
  • ACP PROGRAM THROUGH VIHE
  • ACP (Awakened Citizen Program) for classes 7 & 8

Level Wise Work Process:
As per regulations in the resource room curriculum, Academic skill-building is compulsory till grade V. Those attending sixth grade and upwards need to work on learning strategies and study skills. Only this can benefit the higher grades, thus enabling the students to face the board exams.
Areas developed

  • Listening skills (receptive language)
  • Speaking skills (expressive language)
  • Reading skills
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Writing Comprehension
  • Creative writing
  • Math
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Spelling Skill

What is Learning Disability?

In simple terms, cognition incapacitation results from a difference in the way a person’s encephalon is “wired.” Children with learning disabilities are as astute as or more perspicacious than their peers. But they may have arduousness reading, inditing, spelling, and reasoning, recalling and/or organizing information if left to decipher things by themselves or if edified in conventional ways.
Cognition incapacitation can’t be remedied or fine-tuned; it is a perennial issue. Children with learning disabilities can prosper in school and go on to prosperous with the right support and intervention.

Common learning disabilities

  • Dyslexia It may also be referred to as a reading disability or reading disorder.
  • Dyscalculia – Otherwise called a mathematical disability.
  • Dysgraphia – a Writing disability
  • Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders – Sensory disabilities in which a person has arduousness understanding language despite mundane auricular discerning and vision.
  • Nonverbal Learning Disabilities – Causing quandaries with visual-spatial, organizational, intuitive, evaluative and holistic processing functions.

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder)

A disorder marked by a perpetual pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with development.

  • Inattention denotes a person wanders off task, lacks assiduousness, has arduousness sustaining focus, and is disorganized; and these quandaries are not due to defiance or lack of comprehension.
  • Hyperactivity betokens a person seems to move about perpetually, including in situations in which it is not opportune; or extortionately fidgets, taps, or verbalizes. In adults, it may be extreme restlessness with constant activity.
  • Impulsivity designates a person makes hasty actions that occur at the moment without first cogitating them which may have a high potential for inability to delay gratification. An impulsive person may be gregariously intrusive and exorbitantly interrupt others or make consequential decisions without considering the long-term results.
  • Sustaining attention long enough, especially to boring, tedious, or repetitious tasks; resisting distractions, especially to things that are more interesting or that fill in the gaps when sustained attention quits; and not paying sufficient attention, especially to details and organization.