The end of the year is always a special time, but it was extra special at Taarana School as the students, parents, teachers, therapists, and senior executives of QI Group celebrated the holiday season last year with a fun-filled Family Day and Christmas party.
Malaysia’s ‘theSun Daily’ features Taarana parent, Associate Prof Dr Annapurny Venkiteswaran’s journey with her son Siddarth.
Taarana School recently commemorated Children’s Day by getting its students to engage in numerous inclusive, sensory activities in which they may otherwise face challenges. The games aimed to develop further and improve their creative thinking, imagination, teamwork, and fine motor skills.
The Annual Day for Taarana School is a much-anticipated event each year. ThiAfter a three-year COVID-19 hiatus, the school was thrilled to once again give its differently-abled students a platform to showcase their talents – and they did not disappoint!
A talk at Taarana School by United Voice about the future of differently-abled children showed parents that their children can be active, contributing members of society in adulthood.
Children with special needs often have to learn to experience the world differently. One essential and highly productive collection of activities is sensory play.