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However, there is a gap between our intentions and our actions and results. Learning the art and science of parenting bridges this gap and make YOUR intentions for your children a REALITY.
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Nurturing No Limit Children
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Parwarish was set-up in 2008 with the ideology that every child is born with unlimited potential. This ideology gave birth to Parwarish’s Child Development Model©, which has been our philosophy since then. We have specially designed and researched workshops for Children, Parents, and Teachers which focuses on day to day nurturing of the No-Limitness of the child. Our principles and methodologies have been successful with parents across the globe, and in turn proves that the basic principles of Child Development cut across geographical and cultural boundaries.
We have also worked towards nurturing the NO-LIMITNESS of kids with special needs such as learning disabilities, ADHD, OCD etc. and have witnessed exceptional results where kids have been able to overcome their barriers.
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350 hours Teachers Certification Training An opportunity not to be missed !!! A Parwarish and NCR Eduservices joint venture. A 350 hours of teacher training certification program with guaranteed placements in schools of NCR Contact Us
Social Media Syndrome – Impact on our Children FACEBOOK SNAPCHAT INSTAGRAM TWITTER These words which are such an important part of our daily lives were seemingly insignificant just about 5 years ago. Today everyone has a profile on one or more of these sites. Social media has completely redefined the way we socialize. The[…]
My incredible journey of Parenting obviously started with the birth of my first child, the roller coaster ride had just begun and everything was happening or rather what we did as couple was completely Trial and error. We listened to the so called experienced holders around us, had our own experience and pre-conceived notions too[…]
Calming the Emotional Storm- A Workshop for Counselor Have you ever found it difficult to manage a child’s aggressive behavior? Has bullying among children been a common occurrence? Does persistent sadness among children concern you? Let experts partner you through the process! A workshop on ‘Calming the Storm: a path to emotional well-being’ being organized by[…]
A workshop to help parents to peek into their teen’s world Parenting teenagers can be challenging and many parents find it hard to adapt to changes in their child’s behavior as they grow up. The idea that the child experiences abrupt changes in mood may not surprise most parents. You might think why it[…]
Parwarish Cares Foundation (PCF) empowers 300+ children of ‘NeeV- A Learning Centre’ to fight against Child Sexual Abuse. Through workshops – interactive discussions, role play, sharing etc children were made aware of this grave issue with age-appropriate information. We also take this opportunity to thank Mr Vijay Iyer for[…]
Parwarish creates a world of NO LIMITNESS with 650 students, 200 parents and 45 teachers of Army Public School & Kendriya Vidyalaya – Missamari, Tezpur on 22-23rd Sept 2017. Our way of saluting and contributing to our Armed forces.
It’s either their way or our way! In our generation we used to easily give in (to our parents) and now we still give-in (to our children)! As parents, you have said these words a million times. Life with children is an ongoing negotiation; be it about sleeping on time, studying, watching TV, or spending[…]
A workshop to help your child to handle mood swings “I hate you. I wish I had never been born.”, says angry Riyan to his mother. It’s funny because everyone can identify an aggressive, stereotypical teenager, but for many children and parents this become a roller-coaster of emotions. The idea that the child experiences[…]
If your daughter tells you she has been on a date with her boyfriend or your son tells you that he tried a beer with friends after school, is it a good or a bad news? When teenagers come and share their ‘experiments’, ‘thrills’, ‘encounters’, ‘issues’, no matter how grave they are- it[…]