Holding Hands Program

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Program Age Group \ Duration
Level 1 Ages 6 months – 12 months (60 minutes, twice a week)
Level 2 Ages 12 months – 18 months (90 minutes, twice a week)

Holding hands is a unique and specialized Parent-Child Program. It helps parents and their children to explore together an alternate safe and secure environment beyond their home. The program acts as a transition bridge between home and school and the aim is to help children become independent, overcome separation anxiety and settle down in school. The focus is on social, emotional, physical and language skills development.

The program also provides an opportunity for parents to connect with other parents who have children of the same age group. They get to share ideas and solve issues on parenting through meaningful discussions.

Program Schedule

  • Provide exclusive time for collaborative parent child bonding
  • Hand hold parents and children through the transition from home to school
  • To provide advocacy and counselling to build school readiness
  • Promote physical, language, cognitive, social and emotional development
  • To provide a safe environment for tactile exploration
  • Introduce the child to a structured program to build daily routine
  • Identify active intelligences and most effective methods of learning.
  • Provide a place for parents to connect and discuss parenting issues in a professional set up
  • To create opportunity for children to interact with other children
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