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Mental Health Problems on the Rise Most people are unaware that 50% of all mental health problems reveal themselves before the child’s 15th birthday.  To the uninformed, this can come as a shocking reality.  Theresa May’s recent announcement that her government intends to offer mental health support to every school the UK was met first...
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The impact of speech on social and emotional development Whether its speaking face-to-face or sending emojis over text, people love communicating. The ability to talk to other people is one of the most fundamental skills to both individuals and society at large. Because it plays such a key role in our daily lives, it is...
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Creating Connection with Your Teen Let’s face it: the teenage years are rough. They are fraught with hormones, physical and emotional changes, increased stressors, and so much more. For a lot of families, this time becomes a period of disconnect between parents and teens. And this makes sense to an extent because as our kids get older,...
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How Does Therapy Work? 3 Ways Counseling Could Help You Therapy doesn’t operate as a blanket remedy or one-size-fits-all approach. Therapy for intrusive thoughts (a component of OCD) will likely look much different than therapy for a phobia of dogs. But even two people with generalized anxiety might see treatment proceed in different ways, based on the type of treatment...
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Top 3 Best Ways of Preventing Misbehavior in Children—Homeschool Edition There are myriad reasons parents choose to homeschool their children: parental control over the pace and approach to subjects; more flexible schedules and routines; more opportunities for children to develop discipline; faster progress with one-on-one learning; customized approach for a student with special needs—the list of reasons...
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Why is it important to start as early as possible? Brain development is something that has been studied for many generations and new technology makes it possible to get even more insight and knowledge about how the brain is developing and what stimulates to development. It is for example well known that the first two...
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What is early childhood intervention? Early intervention provides therapy, management and support for your child during the early years from birth until they begin primary school. It provides a range of services including special education, counselling, therapies like speech or occupational therapy, family support and more. A good early childhood intervention program will be high quality and will focus...
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Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and Autism ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) refers to interventions that are developed from a branch of science called behaviour analysis. ABA is much more than an intervention for children with autism. It can be used to help with anything from treating eating disorders to traffic control. Behaviour analysts examine the causes...
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What You Need to Know: Early Intervention By Rebecca Parlakian Babies have lots of new skills to learn—lifting their heads, sitting up, saying their first words! Parents are often concerned when a child’s development seems slower than expected. Grandparents or child care providers may also voice concerns. If you’re worried that your baby is delayed...
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Symptoms of Autism Autism is a condition which affects the way a person responds to the world around them. The label is given to people who have untypical social interactions, communication and have some restrictive and/or repetitive behaviour. It is called a spectrum condition because the symptoms of autism can vary such a lot from...
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