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CUBBE SCHOOLS

PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FOR SCHOOLS

Coherent with CUBBE’s Vision, we offer a range of services/programs to cater the simple and complex needs of not just the school children but the school community itself which consists of different layers of people and resources.

The range of services reflects two types of problem-solving approach so as to address the needs. First, the range reflects the intensity of services and severity of the problem. Second, the range also reflects the family cycle (systemic/ecological) approach which is based on the fact that there are different challenges at different ages and these challenges interacts with various ecological components at a given time.

COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMS

Early identification program is aimed at identifying children at risk of academic, cognitive, behavioral and sensory-motor issues. EI2 Square is a multidisciplinary approach.

Early Identification for Early Intervention Program (EI Square)

What if we can identify the strengths and difficulties of children before they lead to social and emotional consequences? This of course can be done if schools pay attention to the fact that early identification leads to early intervention which consequently leads to decrease the chances of complete/satisfactory remediation of the issues faced by children. This also leads to sensitizing the whole system in a way that social inclusion starts happening.

EI Square puts the team efforts in a systematic manner form early screening to generating reports and psychoeducating the school and parents leading to workable solution can be implemented. Children identified can opt for comprehensive and individualized assessments if recommended. EI Square also reduce the overall costs per child as it is administered in a group setting. It also reduces the unnecessary use of comprehensive assessments when actually its not required.

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A School-Wide Positive Behavior Support Program

Tier 1 systems, data, and practices impact everyone across all settings. They establish the foundation for delivering regular, proactive support and preventing unwanted behaviors. 

Tier 1 emphasizes prosocial skills and expectations by teaching and acknowledging appropriate student behavior. Teams, data, consistent policies, professional development, and evaluation are essential components for these practices to work effectively.

Tier 2 practices and systems provide targeted support for students who are not successful with Tier 1 supports alone. The focus is on supporting students who are at risk for developing more serious problem behavior before they start. Essentially, the support at this level is more focused than Tier 1 and less intensive than Tier 3. At most schools, there are 1-5% of students for whom Tier 1 and Tier 2 supports have not connected.

Tier 3, these students receive more intensive, individualized support to improve their behavioral and academic outcomes.Tier 3 strategies work for students with developmental disabilities, autism, emotional and behavioral disorders, and students with no diagnostic label at all.

It is a 3-tiered program for children with behavior problems at school. Each tier offers different programs with different intensities.

It is offered as a year-round program.

HEALTHY SCHOOLS PROGRAM

Healthy schools program put all the essential health and allied professionals’ team on ground for year long services (Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Dental, Physician, Nutrition and Exercise Specialist).

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Consultation and Liaisoning

CUBBE Outreach offers onsite consultations( Psychologist, OT, Speech, Special Educator) to address the emerging question. It can be parents, children, teachers, principles. Services are based on an hour-long consultation per case. The purpose of the consultation is problem-solving and developing a working plan. The process requires the consent of the parents.

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Individualized Assessments

Around 5 to 15 percent of these children show lack of improvement despite efforts and are likely to be diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders. These children need tertiary intervention after an individualized assessment. CUBBE provides in school facilities for conducting such assessments. 

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Psychometric Career Assessment

Career psychologists and guidance counsellors are equipped to help identify the child’s potential and suggest the best career plans for him or her. They also help deal with issues such as evaluation anxiety, career decision making, conflict resolution, study habits, motivation, concentration, time management and other social and behavioural problems through individual and group counselling.

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Psychometric Teacher/Staff Assessment Program

As per CBSE guidelines teachers and staff members need to undergo personality and mental health screening for the safety of all.

SCHOOL NEEDS

Workshops and Webinars

Workshops are a good medium to get the different stakeholders together under one roof for a common purpose of having a nuanced understanding of a sensitive issues related to the well-being of school as a unit with the help of clinical examples, presentations, role plays and activities. CUBBE offers both customized and predesigned workshops on important topics ranging from child development to clinical disorders to interventions methods to stress management to mindfulness technologies in schools. Different workshops are targeted for different populations (teachers, management, primary children, secondary school children, etc.)

Predesigned Workshops:

The workshop focuses on creating awareness about sign and symptoms of mental illnesses and how to respond and minimize the symptoms and when to seek professional help.

Inclusive practices starts with confidence of the school staff to identify early signs of learning disorders. This is an introductory workshop for teachers.

The workshop equips the teachers to manage common behavior issues (defiance, rule-breaking, etc.) in the classroom. The facilitator demonstrate the use of common behavior therapy principles to teachers. 

Introductory workshop on understanding Mindfulness meditation. It is modified as per the needs of the groups (teachers, children,etc).

CUBBE RESOURCE ROOMS

Career psychologists and guidance counsellors are equipped to help identify the child’s potential and suggest the best career plans for him or her. They also help deal with issues such as evaluation anxiety, career decision making, conflict resolution, study habits, motivation, concentration, time management and other social and behavioural problems through individual and group counselling.