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Keep back-to-school jitters at bay and get children excited about the big return with these six expert child psychology tips.
In the first episode of season two, Dr Kimberley O’Brien talks to Jade, whose nine-year-old son Logan is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Jade shares the long and winding road her family embarked on to obtain an ASD diagnosis.
School holidays allow children to have some time out from their regular routine and recharge their batteries. These activities will keep young minds active and entertained during the break.
While death isn’t always an easy topic to address, our expert tips will give you the confidence to discuss it openly with your children and soothe their fears.
Transitioning to a new school can be a big change for your child. Here’s how to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Parents often wonder whether their child's behaviour is a normal part of childhood or indicative of an issue that requires professional help. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Remember the first time you pondered the vastness of space? Here’s why cultivating awe and wonder in children is so beneficial.
You deserve a week of bonding and fun, so follow our expert tips to plan an experience your family won’t soon forget.
Harness the power of your children’s conflict and teach them valuable life skills with our expert tips.
Does your child resist new or challenging situations? Our six expert tips will help you boost their confidence and resilience.
Parents and carers of children with ADHD are all too familiar with the challenges of remote learning. Here are five expert tips to support them.
Children who grow up with a sibling who has a chronic mental or physical condition may feel ignored or forgotten. Here’s how we can support them and help prevent the development of their own health problems.
Is your child prone to emotional outbursts that leave you drained and wondering where you went wrong? Our expert tips will help you support your child to regulate their emotions.
Is your child a fussy eater? Explore our tips for promoting positive and healthy eating habits.
Working from home? Discover our lockdown survival guide to help families prepare, adapt and conquer working and studying from home together.