As the number of orphans escalates around the world, there is an increasing demand for sensory stimulation, nurturing touch and palliative care within orphanages and childcare settings. It is the vision of the Liddle Kidz Foundation Global to make a true difference for children who have been orphaned, along with their caregivers who lack the necessary support to provide them with best developmental care possible.
Reactive attachment disorder is a serious condition in which infants and young children don't establish healthy bonds with parents or caregivers. A child with reactive attachment disorder has been typically exposed to some form of trauma such as being neglected, abused, or moved multiple times from one caregiver to another. Because the child's basic needs for comfort, affection and nurturing aren't met, he or she never establishes loving and caring attachments with others. This may permanently alter the child's growing brain and hurt their ability to establish future relationships.
Reactive attachment disorder is a lifelong condition, but with treatment children can develop more stable and healthy relationships with caregivers and others. Safe and proven treatments for reactive attachment disorder include psychological counseling and parent or caregiver education.
Liddle Kidz Foundation Global uses nurturing touch to increase Oxytocin (nurturing, bonding hormone), provide nurturing support and meet basic needs of comfort and care.
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