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Panic attacks can create various physical and emotional symptoms. Physical symptoms may include: sweating rapid breathing a racing heartbeat Emotional symptoms may include: feelings of fear and anxiety intense, repetitive worrying a feeling of impending doom The sections below will look at 13 methods that people can use to help regain control and reduce the...
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26 September 2021, Doha – Qatar: Mind Center for Special Needs (MCSN), the first-of-its-kind Special Needs and Autism center for pre-vocational, vocational and transitional services in Qatar, marked its official opening on September 20. The event saw a personalized tribute from Ghanim Al-Muftah, Qatari entrepreneur and social media personality born with Caudal Regression Syndrome, as...
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Keep in mind that there are different types of seizures that may affect different parts of your brain. Each person’s experiences with seizures may vary, too. Doing so can also help reduce the chances of developing related conditions, like: difficulty with thinking injuries death Seizure prevention is dependent on an overall management and treatment plan,...
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Start by talking to the child’s immediate family. Parents are children’s first and most important educators; they will have a wealth of information about their child to share with you. You will need to listen to what the parents have to say with an open mind. It’s important to keep your opinions to yourself at...
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Are you looking for programs customized to your child’s needs? Look no more because we got your back! Mind Center for Special Needs takes pride in putting your child at the core of our programs as we customize our services to meet specific needs. Programs: Early Intervention Program – EIP (0-6 years) These early years...
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At MCSN, we are committed to ensuring that our clients have access to appropriate academics and life skills, focusing on preparing them to lead independent lives. We are proud to be the leading institution in Qatar that provides evidence-backed vocational training and state-of-the-art facilities to ensure that each individual gets the whole experience of what...
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By Fiona Abou Abdou Working memory is a brain function that is essential for long-term memory and learning. While thoughts that each individual’s working memory capacity was innate, research in cognitive science and psychology shows that we can actually work this memory to be better and faster. What is working memory? According to Alan Baddeley,...
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By Nawal Hafeez How Do We View Disability? When we talk about people with disabilities, most of us are guilty of only referring to what is ‘wrong’ or lacking in the person. It is also common to generalize disabilities, view their conditions from the same lens, and use a one-size-fits-all approach while addressing their needs....
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If you’re a parent, you’ve probably dealt with your fair share of tantrums, meltdowns and freak-outs. Emotional regulation is a skill we all have to learn, and some kids take longer to master self-control than others. But how do you know when your child’s aggressive or violent behavior is not just part of their learning...
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Anxiety can manifest itself in numerous ways and for many reasons. Important exams, having to make a speech, or going on a first date with someone can all be sources of nervousness or other feelings commonly associated with anxiety. However, these feelings can also be chronic and not based on specific scenarios; and it could...
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