Find out how you can get your Diploma in Education (Special Needs) in 6 months!

Find out how you can get your Diploma in Education (Special Needs) in 6 months!

College of Allied Educator’s Diploma in Education (Special Needs) is a programme that provides an essential introduction to the various categories of exceptional children and educational programmes available. The course will also train you to confidently design and implement an Individualised Education Plan (IEP) to aid in specific areas such as language and communications. Read more

Start your journey to teaching children with special needs!

Start your journey to teaching children with special needs!

College of Allied Educator’s Diploma in Education (Special Needs) is a programme that provides an essential introduction to the various categories of exceptional children and educational programmes available. The course will also train you to confidently design and implement an Individualised Education Plan (IEP) to aid in specific areas such as language and communications. Read more

Get your Diploma in Education (Special Needs) in 6 months!

Get your Diploma in Education (Special Needs) in 6 months!

College of Allied Educator’s Diploma in Education (Special Needs) is a programme that provides an essential introduction to the various categories of exceptional children and educational programmes available. The course will also train you to confidently design and implement an Individualised Education Plan (IEP) to aid in specific areas such as language and communications. Read more

What can I do at home with my child?

What can I do at home with my child?

With school out and your child at home with more time on their hands, you may be wondering what activities you can do with your special needs child that can keep them busy, engaged, and learning.

There is a tendency for people to think that the activities they do with their children must be something specifically educational, and that playing games and having fun must be out of the question. However, play is very important for the child’s development. It is one of the important way that children learn and develop. Read more

Are children with ADHD always disruptive?

Are children with ADHD always disruptive?
When people talk about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), it can conjure up images of children misbehaving, being overly energetic, and being disruptive in class, home, or in public. It is a common imagery and misconception about people with ADHD. While it is can be true that children with ADHD can be disruptive, it is not always the cases that they are.

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