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STIMMING

By Chan Yee Bei, Loke An Gie, Yu Dickson Stimming refers to a range of repetitive sensation-seeking behaviour. Some examples include hair twirling, knuckle cracking, nail-biting, thumb sucking, and staring at the ceiling when interacting with others. Almost everyone engages in some form of stimming. We stim when we are anxious, excited or bored. It helps us to cope with our emotions and we more »


Self-help Skills – Techniques

Here are the various techniques that may be used to encourage and help a child to develop self-care skills:

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The Importance of Self-help Skills

Self-help is defined as the action or process of improving oneself or conquering one’s difficulties without the assistance of others.

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