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GB Child Care Centre

Pediatric Clinic

#18/7, Dandeeshwaram Nagar Main Road, Velachery, Landmark: Near Adyar Ananda Bhavan, Chennai Chennai
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GB Child Care Centre Pediatric Clinic #18/7, Dandeeshwaram Nagar Main Road, Velachery, Landmark: Near Adyar Ananda Bhavan, Chennai Chennai
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GB Child Care Centre is known for housing experienced Pediatricians. Dr. Albert, a well-reputed Pediatrician, practices in Chennai. Visit this medical health centre for Pediatricians recommended by 76 patients.

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06:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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#18/7, Dandeeshwaram Nagar Main Road, Velachery, Landmark: Near Adyar Ananda Bhavan, Chennai
Velachery Chennai, Tamil Nadu
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Dr. Albert

MBBS
Pediatrician
300 at clinic
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My son is 2 years 2 months old. His weight is 10. 3 kg only. What I can do to improve his weight. He is also started itching around anal area from past 2 days. What it is?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
My son is 2 years 2 months old. His weight is 10. 3 kg only. What I can do to improve his weight. He is also started ...
Itching may be due to worms. You need to do regular deworming. Give him nutritious well balanced small diets at regular intervals.
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Hi my baby boy is 15 months old. How to stop breastfeeding and divert him to bottle feeding. He is very poor in eating does not like to eat anything what should I do to make him eat and gain weight. And he have only 6 teeth yet 4 up and 2 down.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
Hi my baby boy is 15 months old. How to stop breastfeeding and divert him to bottle feeding. He is very poor in eatin...
You need to stop breast feeding. Don’t give him even if he cries. Eat with him. Slowly he will learn to eat. Sit all family member together with him n have meals.

Hi, My son is 2 months old. He has some skin peel off in the scalp and it smells bad when you get close. Elders say it is common, with time after you keep bathing the child. He will be fine. Should I rush to doctor immediately? Please advise.

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), DNB (Pediatrics)
Pediatrician, Gurgaon
Hi,
My son is 2 months old. He has some skin peel off in the scalp and it smells bad when you get close. Elders say i...
Sir from what you have mentioned, it seems like Cradle cap which is a collection of sebacious material on scalp. It is a normal condition with babies and usually will resolve on it's own but if there is too much of foul smell ,please consult. It would shed of on it's own. Do maintain hygiene and avoid application of excessive oil on scalp I hope I am able to address your concerns. Thank you.

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My son is 2 years old he is not eating anything and he will irritate very much he will always cry what to do?

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Chennai
My son is 2 years old he is not eating anything and he will irritate very much he will always cry what to do?
Try to provide some variety and colourful recipes. Nutrient and energy dense foods choices are recommended. Avoid giving sticky foods.

I have 1.5 months baby I have very low milk supply taking lactare tablets 6 tab a day even then not sufficient kindly help me to get out of this problem.

MS - Gynaecology, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Gynaecologist, Varanasi
Some mother's do produce less milk. Don't worry continue breast feeding along with top feeding (if baby remains hungry) take healthy diet. Arhar daal 2katori morning n evening milk at least 1 lit teekhur k laddoo.

HI, My daughter is 20 months old. She always gets cold and sometime cough too. Can I give her sinarest syrup nd ambrodil s.Can I use it regularly or does it hv any side effects of regular use.

MSc - Food and Applied Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Hyderabad
HI, 
My daughter is 20 months old. She always gets cold and sometime cough too. Can I give her sinarest syrup nd ambr...
Any medicine definitely is not good to often. You can give your child immune system strengthening. Please get a good pediatric dietician appointment to get your child healthy.
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Ways To Help Students With Learning Disabilities!

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Psychologist, Agra
Ways To Help Students With Learning Disabilities!

Ways to help students with learning disabilities 
Ways to help students with visual-perception weaknesses-

  • Give the child extra time to complete visual activities. They need time to figure out what they are seeing. 
  • When writing on the board, help the child keep to place by writing each line in a different color. 
  • Avoid tasks involving copying from the board or from books. 
  • Reduce homework/classwork requirements by allowing the child to do only the even or odd problems.
  • Copy pages of non-consumable books so the child doesn't have to copy writing or math problems. 
  • Teach the child to highlight important information in books. 
  • Allow the child to use a notecard, ruler, or his finger, under lines of print when reading. 
  • Use a mask or window card (slot in a card) to keep them from losing their place. 
  • On worksheets, put a heavy line around the pertinent items to help them attend to one item at a time. 
  • Allow the child to point to or touch the first letter of every word. This will eliminate reversal tendencies. 
  • Use color cues like green letters at the beginning and red ones at the end. 
  • Present reading materials that are clear, legible, and on uncrowded pages.
  • Provide tactile experiences such as sandpaper letters, form letters from playdough or pipe cleaners. 
  • Mark paper to show the child where to start and stop. 
  • Mark the child's desk with left and right markers. 
  • Present new material and give directions orally. 
  • Mouthing the words or quietly whispering will make a visual task an auditory one as well. 
  • Ways to help students with visual motor weaknesses 
  • Avoid assigning long copying or written assignments. 
  • Use manipulative activities to increase fine motor control. 
  • Experiment with different writing tools to find the one that makes writing easier for the child. 
  • Pencil grips are helpful for many children. 
  • Proper position is important for good writing. Make sure the child's chair and table are appropriate height.
  • A piece of tape can be placed on the desk to help position papers for cursive writing. 
  • Try cursive writing if the child has trouble printing. 
  • If printing is preferred, teach the methods that do not require the child to lift his/her pencil off the paper. 
  • Use white paper with dark blue lines. Paper with raised lines might also be helpful. 
  • Teach child to put finger between words for spacing when writing. 
  • Have the child write on every other line. It's easier for him/her to read and make corrections. 
  • Be aware that children sometimes write illegibly purposely because they cannot spell the words 
  • Sometimes it's easier for the child to write on paper with narrower lines rather than the wide-lined paper. 
  • Disregard misspellings when grading, unless it is a spelling task. 
  • Provide spelling aids for the child to use. 
  • Teach letter and number formation using strokes direction and sequence.
  • Teach the child keyboarding and how to use word processing.
  • Provide models of correct letter and number formation. 
  • Ways to help students with auditory perception weaknesses 
  • Seat students in a location where sound is clear; avoid seating near distracting sounds or noises. 
  • Keep oral directions short and simple. Give directions one step at a time. Give pause time. 
  • Accompany oral directions with written directions. 
  • Ask students to paraphrase your oral directions. Call upon different group members to do this. 
  • Alert the students when you are giving directions with verbal cues (e. G" this is important.) 
  • Make and maintain eye contact when giving oral directions.
  • Talk at a slower rate if students indicate they are having difficulty staying with you. 
  • Use visual cues to reinforce verbal directions.
  • Allow students to move to a quiet place in the classroom to do their independent work. 
  • Write key points on the board for students to copy for studying during a lecture or oral presentation. 
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