Can someone help me understand my child?


Is your child struggling with:

  • Focal Attention: Unable to focus on a task or event, Hyperfocusing on a task to an extreme extent
  • Impulsivity: Acting on a whim, Taking unnecessary risks, Blurting things out, Interrupting conversations
  • Socialising: Initiating play with friends, Perceiving others’ intentions, Relating with those who are different from them (like the elderly or differently abled children)
  • Communicating: Communicating clearly, Keeping up with conversations, Holding a reciprocal conversation
  • Completing tasks unaided: Unable to independently complete tasks generally possible for their age
  • Executing Instructions: Following through with simple/multiple instructions in verbal and/or written form
  • Sensory Issues: Hyper or hypo sensitive to visual, auditory, tactile, proprioceptive, vestibular inputs; Self-regulation including sleeping through the night, eating, toileting
  • Giftedness

You might have observed your child experiencing some of these struggles, but are unsure if this warrants further attention. If that’s the case, you might find yourself asking “Can someone help me understand my child?”

Learn more about the work we do in Rosebrook and DanaKae Bonahoom, developer of the Heartworks In Motion© developmental model, and how we can help you and your child thrive.

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Imagine arriving at your daughter’s school as you drive through gates framed by white picket fences which lead to a lush oasis of trees and greenery. Horses galloping in the paddock and live characters from the book of the week greet you and the children. It is hard to fathom that such spaciousness and tranquility is just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Singapore.

Fortunately, we don't need to imagine this because it is the reality that our children experience everyday at Rosebrook. Through their literacy- based curriculum, our daughter has developed a love for books, writing, counting, reading (us reading to her) and a general curiosity for discovering and learning new things. She now enjoys moving and using her body to express things to us also. Not to mention the adventure of grooming and playing with Daniel and Hans (the ponies).

A special kudos to the quality of staff who work there. Not only do they know their stuff, but they clearly love working with children. They go beyond their duty to send out daily pictorial reports to parents and they also text us with videos on special things they wish to highlight.

It is simply a joy to watch Maia grow and learn in such a caring, rich and exciting environment.


– Tini Fadzillah and Vynx Lim