Child Development: Bikas Bharati Welfare Society

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The Child Development Bikas Bharati Welfare Society http://www.vikasbbws.org/ Report on Child Development Submitted By: Nalini Singh Table of Contents: 1. Objective…………………………………………………………………………………………………….3 2. About Bikas Bharati Welfare Society……………………………………………………………3 3. Observations…………….……………………...…………………………………………………………5 4. Picture Gallery……………………………………………………………………………………………6 5. Suggestions.…………………………….…………………………………………………………….……9 • Habit Inculcation 9 • Exposure and Opportunities 11 • Empowering the staff 12 • Story telling and drama…show more content…
Upon speaking with the counselors, we understood the early child period in an individual is considered to be the most important developmental phase throughout the lifespan. This includes the physical, social/emotional, and language/cognitive domains of development, each equally important and it strongly influences well-being, obesity/stunting, mental health, heart disease, competence in literacy and numeracy, criminality, and economic participation throughout life. Therefore what happens to a child in the early years is critical for the child’s development throughout…show more content…
Under each suggestion I have also explained the necessity of that suggestion. These suggestions can be integrated in the various sessions of the children and also in their free time. These suggestions are intended to – • Promote holistic development of young children through home-based initiatives through educating and supporting parents for positive childcare practices • Interventions by centres to promote the cognitive development of 3-6 years old street children without proper care • Advocating and networking with fellow like minded organizations and government for scaling up the efforts • Sensitizing media on issues of childhood to build a constituency in favor of young children. Broadly I have put forward five suggestions with a description on how these can be implemented. • Habit Inculcation • Exposure and Opportunities • Empowering the staff • Story telling and drama • Free play Habit Inculcation: WHY? “It is easier to prevent bad habits than to break them” – Benjamin Franklin ➢ Habits developed in an early age stay with the child for the rest of his life. So all the more reason to ensure the habits developed are

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