At Blossoms we look forward to include children with mild to moderate learning disabilities with or without associated/other difficulties. We are committed to providing a curriculum that is meaningful and purposeful and which will lead to their integration into the mainstream workforce.
Access to a special education classroom, is valuable to the student with special needs. Students have the ability to work one-on-one with special educators, addressing any need for remediation during the school days.
A special needs wing of Blossoms School, namely Armaan is being established to cater to the needs of this aspect of education. At Armaan we believe that there are many children who will benefit from early intervention, play therapy, family therapy and counseling and ongoing developmental assessments and evaluations.
The Early Interventions at Armaan is a clinic-based service, which requires parents/the mother to be present at every sitting. The teaching is usually one on one and the parent is expected to collaborate with the educator on a regular basis. A Special Educator works one-on-one with the child one or more times a week as determined by the parents. Parents/caregivers are encouraged to observe the sessions which are followed by discussion with the attending parent. The discussion covers the session, the child's progress and other queries so that the work can be continued at home. This programme is attended by:
By: Carmel Moghbelpour Special Educator, Therapist, Consultant(Autism Spectrum Disorders) DSE-ASD (Action for Autism, New Delhi, India)