Blog Posts Tagged "Tips and Advice"
According to Autism Spectrum Australia, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects one in 100 Aussies, which is almost 230,000 people. What’s more, Autism affects almost four times as many boys than girls.
But the statistics don’t tell the full story about the ways and degree to which ASD children might be affected. Behaviours within the ASD diagnostic ‘net’ exist on a range. It’s an Autism spectrum and children can move on and off it as they grow and develop. Read more
It doesn’t matter if you’re a chef extraordinaire or an amateur who burns pasta, the common experience is that most children are finicky when it comes to food. Children can take ‘fussy’ to a whole new level – it’s not the right shape, it’s too green or too rough. To add sauce to your food sorrows, you may find they love something one day and throw it on the floor the next. Read more
Whether you’re in the ‘I love planning children’s parties’ camp or whether you subscribe to the more loathing leaning, there’s no easy way out of getting the nitty gritty done. When you’re elbow-deep in icing and are drowning in hundreds and thousands, it’s important to remember – it’s supposed to be fun. That’s why we’ve collected eight party planning tips to see you through. Read more
There’s a lot of value in reading through the different methods for wrangling raising toddlers. These perspectives can validate our own struggles, help us feel less isolated, and make it seem like we’re proactively seeking answers on days when all our toddlers do is melt down over sandwiches cut the wrong way. Read more
Choosing the right early learning centre is one of the most important early education decisions you will make for your child. You need to consider where your child might be happiest, which style of care will suit your family values, the composition of each centre (group numbers, physical layout), as well as their curriculum. Read more