Our children may be our future, but at what point should we start to give them the power to change the world? There has been a distinct shift in attitudes in recent decades that has led to child-centric behaviour being found all over the place. Parents treat their kids like mini-adults, offering choices and setting
Finding out your child has asthma can be devastating. However, modern medication and treatment plans can help to manage the condition and ensure it has the minimum impact on their life. It’s important to be aware of the symptoms of asthma, the different types of medication available and how you can control the condition both
If you’re dreading the holidays because of your child’s bad behaviour, you wouldn’t be alone. It can be difficult managing challenging behaviour in the holidays, up to six weeks can seem like a lifetime! The good news is there are ways you can manage your child’s mood swings, it’s just a matter of planning ahead.
Exercise for wheelchair users can be overlooked. Regular exercise brings lots of health benefits and is just as valuable for people using wheelchairs as it is for everyone else. Benefits The benefits that exercise has on our general health are immeasurable. As well as the more obvious fact that it is good for our hearts,
Research has shown that being overweight when young means a child is more likely to experience weight related health problems later in life. Some kids are naturally so skinny you fear they may snap, others have a softness to them that can tend to fat if it is left unchecked. If you suspect your child
Our attitudes to diet and lifestyle are often driven by our early family experiences. We all know theory about getting lots of exercise and eating a healthy diet, but it’s so easy to let things slip when life is full of work and family pressures. If this sounds like you and your family, then you