Year: 2013

  • Early Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders 
    Early Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders 

    Navigating a diagnosis of autism can be difficult for parents and children. Symptoms are sometimes misdiagnosed by specialists and families can easily become tired and anxious while hoping for answers and help. By Ali Khakpoor   Mary and Charles were a young expat couple living in Bangkok when their son was diagnosed with autism by […]

  • Learning the Waldorf Way
    Learning the Waldorf Way

    With so many teaching styles and curricula out there, it’s hard to make sense of what each method offers. Dina has done the research for you in a series of articles. Here she looks at Steiner/Waldorf schools. By Dina Kassymbekova   If you’ve ever been in a Steiner/Waldorf kindergarten or preschool, you would probably recognize […]

  • Understanding the Montessori Method
    Understanding the Montessori Method

    With so many teaching methods out there, it’s hard to make sense of what each method offers. Dina has done the research for you in a series of articles; this one focuses on the Montessori Method. By Dina Kassymbekova   With so many schools, preschools, and nurseries in Bangkok, it’s tough to figure out which […]

  • Dealing with Depression after Childbirth
    Dealing with Depression after Childbirth

    Learn to recognize and get help for postnatal depression, also referred to as postpartum depression, a depressive condition that can affect women after childbirth. By Dr. Donna Robinson   Women often experience low spirits after giving birth. However, the severity of the depression will vary between individuals. Mild feelings of so-called baby blues occur often […]