The earlier the birth,
the more serious the health risks to the baby.
Most Preterm babies do well at school but overall, they are more likely to have difficulties with learning than children born at full-term.
Baby’s early years are crucial for their brain development.
Play with your baby, talk to them and motivate them to do new things such as rolling over and sitting up.
Indulge learning and thinking with your baby playfully using various tools and games.
Founder and Mind Map Trainer, Hemali Gada has been actively developing programs, especially for Preterm babies and their brain development
Exposure of each sensory organ to a planned stimulation strengthens the sensory bridge between the sensory organs and the brain. This results in the development of all the sensory organs, pathways and the brain. This development accelerates the baby’s capability of complex learning in future.
Supports baby to adjust in this new world.
An ideal set to provide early intervention to both full term and preterm baby.
Enhances clarity in vision.
Develops sensory pathways.
Deepens ability to differentiate various exposure.
Creates initial ability to focus.
Early Brain Stimulation Program
Newborns to 18 months
In the initial months, brain development is very fast and the baby has a huge hunger for learning. Sufficient exposure enabling learning makes babies satisfied and happy, resulting in a more developed brain....