23 February 2021The founder member of John Hopkins Medicine International, Dr Mohan Chellappa will be the expert guardian for Mom’s Belief now! He brings a wealth of experience and expertise in the healthcare space. He has had an inspiring journey and his diverse knowledge and insights will play a pivotal role in shaping the Mom Belief’s journey as we aim to become the world’s largest and affordable mental healthcare platform. Feeling blessed and motivated for our way ahead.
Jan 30, 2021The BW 40 Under 40 award recognizes the top rising stars of great visions who nurture the zeal for a brighter future. We dream for a world where every neurological child can live a happy, healthy and dignified life. We can never give up no matter what comes our way, we’re going to win every obstacle and mark our presence for the greater cause
29th Dec, 2020Mom’s Belief take pride in ourselves for identifying a problem and delivering a set of carefully curated programs that work on solving this problem.
Dec 19, 2020, 08:09 AM ISTThe pandemic took children out of schools and plonked them in front of screens for online classes. Ten months on, they are lonely, angry and demotivated, and staring at perhaps a mental health challenge. How can we do right by them?
10th October 2020 08:26 AMIt’s not easy battling mental health issues all by yourself, it’s always good to reach out and seek professional help. “With prolonged lockdown and the availability of vaccine still a distant future, stress levels are high since many are anxious over their jobs, finances and health,” says Dr Anil Sharma, clinical director, Mom’s Belief where they work with parents of children with special needs
Nov 2, 2020 02:02 ISTAutism is a development disorder in children which affects child’s behavior and ability to communicate and interact. In this article, a child psychologist explains the symptoms of autism in children and what to so when diagnosed with autism.
Oct 21, 2020Nitin Bindlish, founder and CEO, Mom’s Belief, a holistic care provider for children with developmental needs, explains to Viveka Roychowdhury how the subscription-based online model has made clinical experts in child development more affordable and accessible. According to prevalence estimates, one in eight children aged 2-9 years living in India may have at least one neuro-developmental disorder, such as hearing-impairment, autism, cerebral palsy, ADHD and learning disability. Studies also suggest that approximately 13 per cent of the entire population may be suffering from some kind of mental health disorders, 10 per cent with minor ailments like anxiety stress, etc while the remaining with serious disorders. And these percentages are growing at a steady rate and India is not prepared, taking into consideration the acute shortage of clinical professionals, including psychiatrists and psychologists.
September 08, 2020 11:59 ISTMom’s belief concludes more than 20,000 sessions with their ‘Pay as you Like’ campaign. Through the flagship ‘Home Program’, the campaign aimed at reaching parents across the country who had to effectively manage and take care of their children with special needs during the lockdown period
27th August 2020 11:23 AMWhile the pandemic has disrupted the lives of children all over the world, it has, sadly, caused unprecedented mental stress for kids with disabilities. Schools are closed and will remain so until what seems like an eternity. It has been a harrowing time for parents as children with special needs are bound to get more restless in the absence of regular therapy sessions.