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The Humble Marble

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 3, 2021 5:42:35 PM / by Eblity posted in Caring For Your Children, Slice Of Life

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The story of the Humble Marble

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Creating Rhythm…A Gift of Love for your Child

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 8, 2021 2:10:46 PM / by Eblity posted in Caring For Your Children, Slice Of Life

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Rhythm is  a word often used in music, but in this blog, it means ‘a smooth flow of daily activities of a child.’ A daily rhythm can be understood as a natural impulse like breathing. And this daily rhythm, if followed from early childhood, can impact a child’s healthy development.

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All about Hyperlexia

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 11, 2020 4:17:34 PM / by Eblity posted in Caring For Your Children, Slice Of Life

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Hyperlexia is a term that struck me when I first came across it. Maybe, because I had never heard of it. So, I decided to explore it further.  It turned out to be my light bulb moment because I was working with an amazing little child diagnosed with Autism who would fit in the description of hyperlexia. I could relate the two now. And I finally found the word I was looking for.  

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My Journey with My Autistic Son

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 11, 2020 10:09:07 AM / by Eblity posted in Caring For Your Children, Slice Of Life

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I am from Balikpapan, Indonesia and I am a mother of two children. My first child is a girl and my second child is a boy. We realized there was something wrong with my second child when he was two years old. He liked spinning the wheel of a toy car for hours instead of playing with it. He also liked walking in circles and only stopped when you held him. He never responded when we called his name. We did not think his actions and responses were unusual. We thought if we waited, these actions and responses would change as he grew older. We were wrong. After 6 months, he remained the same. So, we decided to bring him to a pediatrician and after examining him, he diagnosed my son as having autism. He was two and a half years old.

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Hoarding - A pile of problems

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 8, 2020 10:12:58 AM / by Ageless Online posted in Slice Of Life

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Last year, a 68 year-old man was reported dead by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) lying among heaps of junk in his flat, after a neighbour complained of a pungent stench stemming from his residence. In another incident, a 58 year-old man who hoarded items died when the firefighters struggled to get through the stack of hoarded items to save him during an accidental fire. 

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Understanding Personality

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 27, 2019 10:17:44 AM / by Blythe Chong posted in Slice Of Life

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"What's in a name? That which we call a rose

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Building Positive Relationship

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 29, 2019 10:01:28 AM / by Blythe Chong posted in Slice Of Life

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We are social beings who thrive on healthy relationships. Understanding how to maximize the positive relationships and minimize the negative relationships is one of the keys to living a happy and fulfilling life.

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4 Reasons To Pick A Non-Emergency Ambulance

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 1, 2019 4:52:39 PM / by Teo Youliang Hakim posted in Slice Of Life

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When we’re thinking of sending someone to the hospital to receive medical attention, it’s natural for us to call for an ambulance. However, do you know that there are non-emergency ambulances as well? For cases that are mild in nature, it would be a waste of resources to send a normal ambulance, which is usually reserved for life-threatening emergencies.

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­­­4 Benefits Of Having An Accident Protection Plan

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 24, 2018 10:45:01 AM / by Teo Youliang Hakim posted in Slice Of Life

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When someone brings up a possibility of an accident, you might scoff and think that there’s really nothing much that can be done about it. After all, an accident is something that’s out of our control. You can reduce the chances of it occurring, but when it happens, it happens.

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6 Reasons Why Everyone Should Make a Will

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 11, 2018 5:31:38 PM / by Friends of CaregiverAsia posted in Slice Of Life

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This article is written by Adel, who is a lawyer by training, and was a litigation lawyer in her previous life. She's now an over-indulgent mum to two little girls. She currently works part time at CaregiverAsia as General Counsel. Aside from entertaining her kids, Adel spends her spare time scouring for good eats in Singapore and beyond. She especially enjoys documenting her obsession for good food in the form of photos on Instagram. Always thinking of what and where to eat next...

A Will is a legal document in which a person declares what he or she wants done with his or her property at the time of their death. A Will does not take effect until the person who wrote it, known as the testator, passes on. The testator can also revoke a Will at any time before his or her death.

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