Parents remain concerned

KLANG: Despite some nagging concerns, bank employee M. Chanddradevey will go ahead with plans to send her five-year-old twins Nashwina and Nashwin to their daycare and pre-kindergarten centres today.

“They have been very pampered by their grandmother and have become extra mischievous during the movement control order period,’’ said Chanddradevey, 36.

Both Chanddradevey and her 39-year-old husband Reuben Victor, who works for a telecommunications company, acknowledged however that they were worried about their children’s safety at the centre.

“But we feel a little reassured after the centre contacted us and explained their new standard operating procedure,’’ she said.

According to Chanddradevey, before the Covid-19 pandemic, she would send her children to the centre in Kota Damansara while they were still in their pajamas as the twins would be bathed and dressed by the staff there.

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Child development issue on the rise, says Brunei Minister

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, March 14 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): Brunei Darussalam has seen an increase in the number of cases referred to the Child Development Centre (CDC) over a decade in 2020 (766 cases), compared to 2010 (400 cases).

Meanwhile, there were 218 reported autism cases in 2020 compared to 36 in 2011. In early March this year, CDC diagnosed 38 new autism cases.

This was stated by Minister of Health Dato Seri Setia Dr Haji Mohd Isham bin Haji Jaafar (pic) during the official opening of the Child Development Centre (CDC), in Kiarong yesterday.

“Over the past 20 years, the number of children who have received and are still undergoing treatment at CDC has exceeded 7,000. Out of the figure, some 2,300 exhibit autistic traits, 430 with celebral palsy, 400 with Down Syndrome, and 200 with hearing impairment.”

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How to motivate your kid and help them to succeed

Do you usually give your child a reward for getting good grades at school?

This is one way to motivate him to achieve a certain objective.

But what is the best approach to motivate your child?

Motivation is the process or cause that drives our behaviour and directs our choices.

It comes from the Latin word movere, meaning “to move”, i.e. it moves us to reach our goals in life.



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