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Educators Should be Trained in the needs of Preterm Children

Teachers are not being properly trained to deal with the complex special educational...

Bright Kids Who Can’t Keep Up

Because we place such a high value on doing things quickly in our culture...

Bipolar Verse ADHD

There is concern that ADHD is being overdiagnosed and bipolar disorder underdiagnosed...

Is Sugar Making my Child Anxious?

This article explains how childhood anxiety can be associated with sudden increases in blood-sugar levels...

The Parents guide to Sensory Integration Disorders

The most comprehensive guide to understanding anything related to sensory issues...

Neuro-Crying, Neuro-Irritability, or Pain?

Mothers often know what is happening medically with their children long before...

Core Muscles: Building a Solid Foundation

More and more children have a weak set of core muscles, which impacts...

Life Expectancy in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Life span is among a parent’s immediate concerns for a child...

Anxious Children and their Anxious Thoughts

Recognising common repetitive thoughts that anxious children have...

The Meltdown

Possibly the most difficult and exhausting aspect of being a parent of an autistic child is dealing with meltdowns...

A Toileting Taboo: Kids and Incontinence

Pee and poop. We all do it. But what if you couldn’t control when you ‘went?'

What’s the Problem with School for Boys?

Why don’t young boys do as well as girls in school? 

Doose Syndrome

Myoclonic-Astatic Epilepsy, otherwise known as Doose Syndrome is a rare, severe, intractable epilepsy of early childhood.

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