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Repeating yourself won't work

Repeating yourself won't work

Do you ever feel like a broken record, “No John, don’t touch that”, “Mary stop, put it down” To try and get our kids attention or to get them to listen, we often repeat ourselves but to no avail. It...
How can I get 5 minutes to myself?

How can I get 5 minutes to myself?

This blog is for parents of busy little bodies who love adult connection and attention. It can be hard to catch 5 minutes to yourself. Even going to the loo, can result in toddlers bursting through the doors to see...
Help, my child has a fear of sitting on the toilet!

Help, my child has a fear of sitting on the toilet!

Our top goal when it comes to toilet training is to ensure it is a positive experience for both you and your child. Often children have a fear associated with the toilet. However, do not worry, typically this is not...
Play ideas to encourage communication

Play ideas to encourage communication

Some children may have a room full of toys but little to no interest in playing with any of these toys. Not to worry, that’s where we as adults come into the mix. The key to learning through play is...
Unplugging Power Struggles

Unplugging Power Struggles

Everyone has a need for control and a sense of ownership over their days and lives- even children! You have seen it when your toddler demands a drink from the blue cup instead of the yellow one you just gave...
Toilet Talk: what’s the best age to start toilet training?

Toilet Talk: what’s the best age to start toilet training?

What’s the best age to start toilet training? In short, there is no magic number. Typically children are ready for toilet training anywhere between the ages of 2 and 4. Some children may be ready earlier and others later. There...
I think my child has autism... What should I do?

I think my child has autism... What should I do?

I think my child has Autism, what should I do? If you suspect that your child may have autism, the first step is to seek a diagnosis. The time preceding a diagnosis can be a daunting and overwhelming time. It...
Importance of Parent Involvement In Behavioural Programmes

Importance of Parent Involvement In Behavioural Programmes

Parental Involvement is crucial for a successful ABA programme. To increase consistency between what your child is learning through their programme and what you are doing in the home, ask their tutor about their current and past targets. This will...
10 Tips to prepare your child for going back to school

10 Tips to prepare your child for going back to school

Summer Holidays are going by so fast!! Before we know it, September will be here again and routine will be back. Moving to a new school, a different classroom or even having a new teacher can be tricky for lots...
Top tips for teachers

Top tips for teachers

The first day back is fast approaching. Below we have a list of our top tips to help teachers prepare for the new school year and easily manage your class. Get Your Classroom Organised This is a simple but effective...
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