Dr Ruchi Pathak Kaul Of Reconstructive Healthcare Solutions On The 5 Things Parents Can Do to Help Their Children Thrive and Excel In School

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10 min readOct 28, 2021


The 5 things or ingredients for your child to thrive and excel in school are in a sequence which leads to an acronym AHEAD. A= Acquire H =Help E =Engage A =Adapt D =Diversify.

School is really not easy these days. Many students have been out of school for a long time because of the pandemic, and the continued disruptions and anxieties are still breaking the flow of normal learning. What can parents do to help their children thrive and excel in school, particularly during these challenging and anxiety-provoking times?

To address this, we started a new series called ‘5 Things Parents Can Do to Help Their Children Thrive and Excel In School.” In this interview series, we are talking to teachers, principals, education experts, and successful parents to learn from their insights and experience.

As a part of this interview series, I had the pleasure to interview Dr Ruchi Pathak Kaul.

Ruchi is the Founder & CEO of Reconstructive Healthcare Solutions TEDx & professional speaker & STEM Advocate. She brings to the table her expertise as a strong communicator with in-depth knowledge about healthcare with its technological advancements & her experiences about STEAM education & leadership. With two hats to her work, she is involved in helping doctors implement 3D Printing & emerging technologies for state-of-art care. Secondly, she mentors STEAM professionals to pivot their expertise and position themselves as leaders in their field.

Thank you so much for doing this with us! Before we dive in, our readers would love to “get to know you” a bit better. Can you share with us a bit about your “backstory”?

Luckily, I excelled in academics as a kid and pursued STEM career out of complete interest and alignment with the subjects. I pursued all the degrees possible till PhD. My experience has been diverse starting from being a private practitioner as a dentist to a maxillofacial surgeon and then to a full-time mother. Following the break in my career due to childcare, I…



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