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Understanding ADHD

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This is a contributed post and therefore doesn’t necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author.   Photo Source In the past, children with ADHD were simply classified as “naughty”, “reckless”, or “difficult”. However, thanks to improvements in our understanding of the mental disorder, we are… Read more »







Helping Your Children with #Autism Thrive

This is a contributed post and therefore does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the blog or its author. As a parent of an Autistic child, I often think about the ways as a parent I can help them thrive and live a happy and fulfilled life. In… Read more »







What You Need to Know Before You Buy your Child a Mobile Phone

This is a contributed post and therefore doesn’t necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author.   If you want to buy your child a mobile phone then this will be a huge point in their lives. If they have a phone then they will be… Read more »







Helping Your Child’s Night Terrors And Sinus Discomfort

This is a contributed post and therefore doesn’t necessarily reflect the views or opinions of this blog.   It’s one of the worst things a parent can go through, but it happens regularly. Any child can go through a very health issue that occurs during the night. If as a… Read more »







Protect Your Child’s Health During Screen Time

This is a contributed post and therefore doesn’t necessarily reflect the views or opinions of this blog or its author.    Source: Pxhere No one wants their kids to spend all their time in front of a screen. However, very few parents decide that their children aren’t allowed any screen… Read more »







Classic Outdoor Activities For Children With Autism

This is a contributed post and therefore doesn’t necessarily reflect the views and opinions of this blog or its author.    Not all activities available to the wider public are also available to children with autism, but this isn’t necessarily anything to do with the children themselves. It’s because the… Read more »







Solutions For Parents Whose Children Spend Too Much Time In Front Of A Screen

Image For parents that don’t have a child with special needs, whether it’s autism or Asperger’s, there can be a lack of empathy. This is especially true when it comes to the idea of negotiating boundaries. For any child on the spectrum, it’s never a case of black or white… Read more »


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