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10 Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew

Because the world can look different to a child on the autism spectrum.

7 Things I wish People knew about parenting a Child with Auditory Processing Disorder

A child with an auditory processing disorder may exhibit some of the following issues

15 Phrases to use when your child isn’t listening 

I replaced my judgmental, negative, threatening tone with a neutral, problem solving, empathetic, encouraging one...

21 Stress Free Tips to Teaching Your Child with Special Needs to Dress Themselves

Follow these easy steps to help your child with special needs dress themselves.

5 Things to do when your child wails "But I don't want to go to School!"

Just in time for back-to-school, experts offer their best advice for handling those inevitable mornings.

What Assumptions are we making about the High Functioning Child?

I do know that our kids who are higher functioning are often painfully aware...

Flutterbys: Special Education and Therapy Centre

We specialise in individualised education for any child with learning differences...

Why Toughen Up Doesn’t Work

He told me he thought we were “coddling” the boy. He wanted his son to “just toughen up”...

Saying No to Your Child

Their self esteem might be shrinking as your child’s stack of toys grow

. Why do we find it so hard to say no?

Towards Employability: Life Skills and Vocational Education for Learners with Intellectual Challenges.

Helping your Child become The Best he can be.

You’re Not Poking a Hole in my Kid! From Refusal to begrudging Acceptance of a G Tube

STOP Saying - “It’s easy.” and “Try Harder.” to your Dyslexic Child

When you say, “It’s easy,” your dyslexic child hears, “I’m dumb.”

To Parents of Children with Cerebral Palsy, From an Adult with CP

The most important thing you can do is to listen to your child, and empower them to make their own...

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