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The Learning Curve
Every expectant parents’ recurring prayer is ‘Please let my baby be perfect – physically, mentally and emotionally’. But what happens when there is a problem? If there is a definite manifestation then treatment or therapy is initiated. It’s when the problems are not apparent and only come up later in the form of learning

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The Learning Curve (TLC) is an organization that has set up a centre for children with average or above average aptitudes showing behavioural and learning difficulty in a typical educational setting. While the government has upped efforts to get schools to be inclusive, there are many children who suffer from Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, Asperger Syndrome and other learning problems that throw the school pattern out of gear making the child, who is otherwise fine, often feel foolish and at the receiving end of typical ridicule.

The centre is run by a team of professionals including special educators, occupational therapists, a physical fitness trainer, a speech and language therapist & audiologist, child and clinical psychologists and a physiotherapist. TLC can accommodate 10 students who are helped with a PRATHAM based curriculum that even offers NIOS curriculum. Academics are attended to in the morning and the rest of the day is dedicated to activities such as brain gym, baking, art and music, yoga and vocational training.

Dr. Mita Parekh, the occupational therapist, told me several success stories that touch an emotional cord and stressed about the fact that parents should be aware and sensitive to the needs of their child and not pressurize them beyond a point to conform. Our city and children are fortunate to have The Learning Curve’s dedicated folks.

The Learning Curve. Dr. Mita Parikh 9930796710, Soonita Kamat 9920016688, Anuraag Bldg., No. 2 & 3,

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Ground Floor, Borla Green Acres C.H.S., Off Shivaji Chowk, Panjrapole, Chembur, Mumbai – 400088. TLC would be happy to guide those who want to volunteer their time to the field.


One Response to “TLC”

  1. Soonita Kamath says:

    Priya . many.thanks for sharing time at "The Learning Curve" in trying to understand what "The Learning Curve" stands for and why it was created….
    We think all people who have an opportunity to read this, should also be thankful to you to bring our work to their notice in creating an awareness that such a centre exists which could help children who need such facilities .
    Mummy know best is instrumental in creating this awareness and in helping us to reach out to more parents, as has been our goal …we at TLC are thankful to Priya for creating this post thus being a part of this goal….. warm regards..Soonita

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