Brainwonders crosses another significant milestone as the Early Childhood Association (ECA) chooses to proudly confer Brainwonders DMIT Product. The U.S. Patented Biometric test which understands the child’s innate traits using the genetic fingerprint patterns and analyses.
The Early Childhood Association is headed by Dr. Swati Popat Vats. The Association, is set up with the vision that everyone connected to young children can all come together to advocate, discuss, learn and share, connect and bring about a change in the quality of care development and learning in early childhood in India.
Similarly, Brainwonders aims to bring an easy and affordable profiling tool i.e DMIT which will enable parents to truly know their child’s talents and best learning method so that they can help them realize their full potential. Brainwonders has already assisted around 232832 parents understand their child’s true abilities. This accreditation is yet another feather to our cap of accomplishments. As Dr. Swati Popat Vats said, “In today’s world, it is very important to understand and match the child’s learning to their Brain development- and this is what Brainwonders does!”
Early Assessment of the child is the key to early childhood development
Psychologists and development researchers have proposed a number of different theories that emphasise the importance of early child development and care. Most psychological theories talk about the importance of cognitive development and social learning process from infancy to toddlerhood and throughout childhood. Even various personality theories like psychodynamics and gestalt often discuss the significance that early stages of human development has on adult life decisions.
The DMIT test results has proven to provide an extensive amount of assistance to parents. Here are 5 reasons why early assessment are essential for early development:
- Personality: An early DMIT assessment will give parents a picture of the child’s dominant personality traits. Once the parent understands how the child thinks and acts, it will become easier for the parents to guide them right. Developing social skills, motivation, understanding unexpressed thoughts can be easily understood via the same.
- Learning Style: Knowing the child’s learning patterns gives the parent an upper hand on working with different teaching patterns that best suit the child in a way that is aligning with child’s method of grasping. Board selection and effectively ensuring enjoyable ways to allow the child to grasp new knowledge and skills can be facilitated by the same.
- Brain Dominance: Knowing the child’s creative versus the analytical mind will give help assist in developing the child’s abilities according to his strength. Not knowing the child’s brain dominance and traits could possibly lead to pushing the child in areas the child isn’t meant to be in. Problem solving approaches, thought process, sense of responsibility and instinctive thinking is understood by this.
- Multiple Intelligence Profile: DMIT test allows the child along with their parents to explore the strengths and develop on areas that needs strengthening. Thus having an early assessment gives early awareness and opportunity to explore at the earliest stage. The budding phase is the most important duration for development. The scope for growth during this phase is the highest. Thus, finding and aligning right after-school activities, academic charting and subsequent mentoring will be easily managed.
- Parenting Recommendations: The parents, guardians and caretakers are counselled by a psychologist regarding certain interventions for a healthier child development after conducting DMIT. This allows the parent to have a constructive attachment with the child and cater to their socio-emotional (like temper-tantrums, healthy habits, sleep hygiene, and assertiveness) needs effectively.
To conclude, early assessment is one of the most unparalleled ways of helping children prosper in all aspects of life. Brainwonders shows immense happiness to Dr. Swati Popat Vats for giving an opportunity to associate for a cause that endeavors to achieve a bright future for children.