An article by Emily Parker on how your kids can benefit from owning a pet.
Typical everyday situations can sometimes seem very overwhelming for a child on the autism spectrum and we often hear from parents asking advice. We thought we'd start with the concept of eating out, and asked ...
Halifax recently found that 25% of 18-34 year olds are relying on an inheritance to get on the property ladder. With increasing care costs, I feel there could be a lot of disappointed 18-34 year olds out there.
Children whose parents and care providers notice the signs of autism within the first few years of life are more likely to receive critical early intervention services. High quality early intervention helps create strong foundations for the continued development of language, cognitive, behavioural, and social skills.
While nothing can guarantee a totally smooth transition period to a new class, school or nursery there are things that both the nursery and parent can do to help pave the way. If handled calmly and confidently starting nursery needn’t be the tear soaked experience many parents endure.
Tuesday 2nd April is World Autism Day. We spoke to the National Autistic Society (NAS)
The Playbrush is a nifty piece of kit that attaches to the handle of any manual toothbrush, transforming the brush into a games controller. It encourages children to brush more effectively, for longer.
If you are about to take the plunge in the world of potty training, we have put a fab list together of all the products you will need to start the journey!