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Well it has been an interesting couple of months waiting for the Covid-19 pandemic to pass. As things have started returning to normal we have caught up with health checks that were overdue - most significantly the dentist! As parents of children with sensory...read more
Mindful advocacy As a parent of a young child with complex needs I often read that we have to be advocates for our kids at school. This is because schools tend to cater for the majority of kids, who have a built in ability and desire to conform and the ability to...read more
The practices of yoga and mindfulness, once applied with children on the autism spectrum can calm down and regulate emotions more easily. In addition to the benefits typically associated with strength and flexibility, there is already evidence that the practice of...read more
As we acclimatise to the unprecedented lockdowns in our own homes and more and more families keep their children at home too, I thought it would be worthwhile to add some more detail to my previous post about how to talk about the Covid-19 emergency to our kids. I did...read more
This week I would like to canvas the issue of how to tell children about coronavirus, which presents a large, complex and unpleasant situation for children as well as adults. I think we can agree that it is important that we protect our children as much as possible...read more
What is mindfulness and how can it help us raising kids with additional needs? Simply put mindfulness is the process of purposely bringing one's attention to experiences occurring in the mind and body in the present moment without judgment. As parents when we pause,...read more
There are many parents who struggle with everyday challenges, raising children, working and trying to fit everything in 24 hours day. This series of articles is for you. Parents of young children, parents of kids with ASD and parents who sometimes doubt the validity...read more
We all know that mindfulness practise is good for your body and mind. After few deep breaths you feel much better. When you go for a walk and pay attention to nature – you feel refreshed and more relaxed. There are many studies about benefits of...read more
Let’s be honest. We live in a world of screens and iPads. Our children prefer swiping screens than play with blocks or home-made play-doh. You can see article's headlines "Children struggle to hold pencil due to too much tech" or "Do we still need...read more
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