Create, Play, Move and Learn: promoting play for children - iCrowdNewswire

RSS Newsfeeds

See all RSS Newsfeeds

Global Regions

Asia ( XML Feed )
Global Regions ( XML Feed )

Jan 11, 2016 6:54 PM ET

Create, Play, Move and Learn: promoting play for children

iCrowdNewswire - Jan 11, 2016

About This Project

What We Believe

All children need to play and be creative. It makes them happier, confident, better learners and better friends. But some of them need a little help. That’s why we have developed the Create, Play, Move and Learn online resources. CreateCATT( our main company) is committed to getting all children to play creatively and to be the best they can be by supporting the adults who help them. CreateCATT also aims to help the 15% of children in low and middle income countries in Asia with disabilities and learning difficulties to get access to relevant and affordable resources to help these children and their families.

What We Do

Create, Play, Move and Learn is an online course for parents and professionals that helps them understand how children learn. It is filmed in rural India and aims to support children, both in rural and urban settings to create, play, move and learn and reach their full potential, in particular children who learn and develop differently.

The aim of our company and our new online course is a diffusion model that uses the Internet to make global best practice available in Asia, to help all children and particularly those with learning difficulties to lead more independent lives.

CreateCATT provides creative arts and play-based training, therapy and consultancy services for healthcare and education professionals, voluntary welfare organisations, and parents

Who We Are

Caroline Essame, Founder and Director is a British occupational therapist and creative arts therapist who has worked for over 30 years in the field of creativity and human development, with experience in health and education in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, the UK. She is based in Singapore.

Caroline Molloy – is a occupational therapist with over 30 years’ experience in disability, welfare, health and management. Caroline is a personal development coach, a mentor for best practices in health and welfare services, and Chair of the Candle for India Charitable Trust which supports special needs services in India.

CreateCATT has an International team of creative, educational and clinical consultants that support their vision and projects.

CreateCATT works in partnership with Deepti Special School in Kerala, India.

Learn more:

Visit our website:

Join our Facebook community:

Follow us on Twitter: @CreateCattUK

Follow our blog as we travel to India:

Contact Information:

Caroline Essame

View Related News >