In honour of World Down Syndrome Day, Taarana School explores how inclusive education empowers individuals with Down syndrome and contributes to a more inclusive society.
Positive reinforcement is behaviour management that rewards students when they do well. Here are five advantages of positive reinforcement In special needs education.
Taarana School has introduced the Targeted Intervention Programme (TIP) for children with various behaviour issues. TIP acts as the first line of intervention for special education needs children.
Sheltered workshops as a way to provide challenging and meaningful jobs, assist in natural socialisation amongst peers, and provide a framework of dignity and self-respect for persons with disabilities (PWDs).
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is a therapy based on the science of learning and behaviour. The evidence-based practice is widely recognised to be effective in treating behavioural issues
Special needs children require oral healthcare as much as other hygiene care. As the parent of a special needs child, it is crucial that you pay particular attention to your child’s dental healthcare.