Personalised Development Program (PDP)

Nutrigene PDP is not just about education; it’s a data-driven, genetics-informed program designed specifically for your child’s personality, talents, and character. It’s about unleashing your child’s full potential by tailoring their education journey like never before.

All-Encompassing Development

We don’t just play; we shape futures. Our PDP sessions are meticulously designed to nurture diverse developmental domains — from language, numeracy, world discovery, motor skills, to art, music, and we also focus on their psychosocial development. Every game, every activity is a step towards a holistic growth journey.

Empowerment for Parents

We don’t just cater to children; we equip parents too. Every session is complemented with guidance on how to effectively engage your child at home using the provided resources. Become an active partner in your child’s developmental journey.

Psychosocial Development Emphasis

“Psychosocial Development” is a theory proposed by the renowned psychologist Erik Erikson. This theory mainly describes the psychological and social challenges people face at different stages of life from infancy to old age.

Erikson believed that there are eight stages in a person’s life, and each stage has an associated fundamental psychological conflict that needs to be resolved. Resolving these conflicts helps individuals develop necessary skills and qualities, thereby preparing for the next stage. If the conflict at a stage is not successfully resolved, the individual may encounter difficulties in later life.

Basic Trust vs. Mistrust (Birth to 1 year)

Basic Trust vs. Mistrust (Birth to 1 year)

  • Key Event: Mother-infant interaction
  • Outcome: If the infants’ needs are met, they will feel secure. Otherwise, they may develop a sense of mistrust.
Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt (1 to 3 years)

Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt (1 to 3 years)

  • Key Event: Learning autonomous skills, such as toilet training, dressing.
  • Outcome: Children develop autonomy and confidence, or feel shame and doubt.
Initiative vs. Guilt (3 to 6 years)

Initiative vs. Guilt (3 to 6 years)

  • Key Event: Interaction with peers.
  • Outcome: Children learn to plan and achieve goals or feel guilty about their needs and desires.
Industry vs. Inferiority (6 years to adolescence)

Industry vs. Inferiority (6 years to adolescence)

  • Key Event: School education.
  • Outcome: Children learn to work hard and achieve goals or feel inferior to others.

Why Psychosocial Development Matters for Our Child

Here’s Why: