“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”
Why Charis Kids?
There are a myriad of factors that can impact a child’s mental health status, both positively and negatively.
Mental and Emotional Health
Children need to have a good mental health status if they are going to live up to their full potential and truly live a life that is filled with positive experiences and the willingness to do what is best for themselves and the people around them. There are a myriad of factors that can impact a child’s mental health status, both positively and negatively. Providing children with an environment that demonstrates love, compassion, trust, and understanding will greatly impact a child so that they can build on these stepping stones to have a productive lifestyle.
Bowen Therapy For Children
Parents and caretakers have reported improvement in symptoms of many childhood ailments and problems after their children have received Bowen Therapy. They notice better posture, balance, co-ordination and the ability to cope better with the effects of trauma.
Benefits may include:
• Healthier children with better concentration
• Improved sleeping patterns
• Enhanced motor control & behaviour leading to quieter, happier children
Brain Fitness & Training for children
CogoLand is a patented, scientifically validated digital attention training program based on Brain Computing Interface (BCI) technology. Jointly developed by A*STAR’s Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), Institute of Mental Health and Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, CogoLand is easily administered and is a fun and interactive game to help improve your children’s attention issues.
Researchers at IMH, Duke-NUS and A*STAR ran a clinical trial involving 172 children with ADHD within the ages 6 to 12 years old. A gamified intervention solution called “CogoLand” was used. The game requires the child to concentrate to get the avatar in the game to move. The results showed that children who received 8 weeks of intervention showed more significant improvement in their inattentive symptoms than those who did not receive intervention. Results of this trial have been published in reputable medical journals.