How SPLENDORE can intervene...
1) Behavioural Challenges
Behavioural Challenges include lack of flexibility, trouble controlling emotions, and difficulty sticking to rules.
In Splendore environment, the structure, order, and quietness of the classroom are therapeutic. Excellent bonding with the child and teacher-to-student ratio help the child to excel in their learning and reduces their behavioural issues.
2) Learning Challenges
Learning Challenges include Attention deficit disorder (ADD), Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Global Developmental Delay (GDD), Down syndrome, Seizures (includes Infantile Spasms) .
Our Splendore Environment is a good fit for these children. We provide a calm and structured classroom setting, with routines which offer stability. Our tailored curriculum and hands-on approach to learning can be engaging. Excellent teacher-to-student ratio further helps the child to excel in their learning and communication with the world.
“Imitation is the first instinct of the awakening mind.” ~ Maria Montessori
3) Physical conditions
Some children have physical conditions, such as Hypertonia, Hypotonia, Cerebral Palsy (CP), etc... With a variety of developmental, emotional and cognitive delays due to physical conditions, it seems impossible for them to keep up with their peers, even when given a choice of activities. Reject those thoughts, we are here to help them!
Maria Montessori believed that schooling should correspond with a child’s development. By providing proper materials that correspond to the child’s development age, it will reduce the outbursts, meltdowns, physical aggression, destructive tendencies etc. that the children with delays and physical conditions are encountering.
In Splendore, we have a team of professionals who comes in to celebrate the success of each child’s milestones. We provide appropriate activities accordance to their developmental age, strengths and challenges of the child. Excellent teacher-to-student ratio and Home intervention activities further help the child to excel in their learning.
“The hands are the instruments of man’s intelligence” ~ Maria Montessori