Posts Tagged ‘special kids’

Mum’s testimonial: Parents are the real experts says learning disability charity founder

Feb 17 2013

Deborah Gundle talks about and how other parents are the key to making it work.

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Why you shouldn’t stop your toddler from writing on your walls

Jul 10 2012

Introducing cursive handwriting in the first years of schooling is a daunting task for parent and child alike. Yet, more and more primary schools are insisting that a child entering school should embark on writing at this seemingly complicated level.

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Why learning music is essential for every child

Mar 23 2012

Music and actively playing an instrument helps a young child develop an assortment of skills. A simple activity of an infant banging on a sauce pan with a spoon is potentially developing rhythmic skills. The rhythms create an awareness of sequences. Creating a repeated sequence of noises adds logic to the whole process not to mention the hand eye co-ordination and large motor skill development.

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ADHD? What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?

Jan 26 2012

ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is predominately a genetically determined condition and not down to ‘bad parenting’ as once thought.

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