The Manadoob Program for Self-Esteem stimulates positive behavioral change in children with special needs. The Program focuses on lessening the degree to which issues arise when a child is faced with developmental challenges including mild-moderate autism, developmental delays, sensory/motor issues, PDD, language and speech problems, Down syndrome, ADD, ADHD, and other related disorders. Teachers facilitate the over 80 lessons in the Ask-It Workbook involving reading, listening, integrative play and crafts. By developing communication skills, sparking an interest in relationships and building a stronger sense of self, the Manadooob Program for Self-Esteem helps to increase the social and emotional EQ of children with special needs. The program, which includes many tactile elements (glass Moobia Stones, textured Moobia Stone Bag, charms, Sadiki wristband, stickers and crafts) not only helps facilitate sensory integration, it also provides opportunities for the children to become self-motivated to complete the Ask-It Workbook assignments that make up the Program. The Manadoob Program for Self Esteem helps children with special needs learn appropriate behaviors by developing the tools necessary to function with greater emotional stability and comfort in the world in which they live.
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MANADOOB – Developmental Challenges – 2012