My child has ADHD, what can I do to help?

It can be hard enough parenting without additional complications such as ADHD. At times it can feel like you are talking a different language to your child, and in some ways you are. Children with ADHD do have functionally different… Continue Reading >

U. Games Australia

U. Games Australia strives to be the leading company supplying learning, innovative and educational toys that leave our children smarter, happier and more creative. We believe we have a social responsibility to ensure that our products are of the highest… Continue Reading >

How to cope with hurtful comments about your fussy eater!

“Just starve them”, said the Facebook post. “Stop feeding your kid rubbish”, said the pre-school mum. “Just hide vegetables, said your girlfriend!” “Your child’s lunch box is unhealthy”, said the teacher. “He should be bigger”, says your mother.   If… Continue Reading >

How to Give Your Child a Head Start

Media proudly brought to you by ABC Reading Eggs Not sure how to support your child’s development in the early years? Worried they won’t be ready for school? Want to give your child the best start for a love of… Continue Reading >

Why Growing your Child’s Dream through Visualisation will help you!

  You know when you get an idea and ponder it, allow it to grow in your fertile mind until it slowly takes fruit… that’s hard work!  Dreams need to be very strong in your mind’s eye because they come… Continue Reading >

Learning Music during this Summer Holiday

Summer, Music, Relaxation and Time to yourself? All sounds great doesn’t it, it’s that time again. Pop on your favourite music, go find that cool place and take some time out on this stressful day. I’m a mother and really… Continue Reading >

Tips to get Children Excited about Reading

As a teacher I love books. In fact, I love them so much that you could easily mistake me for a Mum who lines up at Aldi each January when the book sale is on and fights her way through… Continue Reading >

Cat napping

Cat napping is something that frustrates many mums. A catnap is a short nap, anything from 20-40 minutes. For babies, under 3-4 months of age, a cat nap can be a normal phenomenon. Until they are 4 months old babies… Continue Reading >

Report finds bullying and emotional and behavioural problems impact on primary students’ learning ability

New research has found that a large percentage of Australian eight to 12-year-olds are being bullied and/or experiencing emotional difficulties – and these children are falling behind their peers in numeracy and reading in the classroom. The Murdoch Children’s Research… Continue Reading >

Where did I put my magic wand?

Helping parents with their family challenges. A Psychologist’s Perspective Life can be challenging, and many parents find that out early on: a crying baby, lack of sleep, toddler tantrums, your child is bullied, teenage dramas, kids not listening? For the… Continue Reading >