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Advice for helping fussy eaters to improve their relationship with food and ensuring that they carry positive and healthy eating habits into adulthood.
Managing children anxiety about COVID-19 is important. Children of different ages need different approaches. We help you prepare with our Top Tips.
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In order to promote a positive body image in young girls, parents should take care in the way they talk to young girls and the messages they send.
As tests and exams season approaches it's important to help your child prepare. There are several strategies parents can employ to help children excel
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Are you constantly asking your child to tidy their room, to put away their washing, or to help clean the car? You’re not alone! Getting kids to complete the chores is hardwork. Check out this great tips
Feeling sad is normal but how can you know if your child's sadness is indicative of a disorder? The following article discusses what childhood depression is; how it is diagnosed and managed.
Gaming Disorders: What are they, how they are diagnosed, and what to do if you are concerned your child may have an issue with gaming.
A common question new parents ask us is, What do we need to look out for in relation to an Autism Spectrum Disorder? Your answer is here, visit us and read.
Quirky Kid can help in developing your child's social-emotional learning skills. The school holiday period can be a great time for that.
When it comes to delivering bad news to children, it is essential to be prepared. Here, Quirky Kid provides 6 tips to tackle these discussions.
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