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We asked occupational therapist Samantha Toweel-Moore to share her tips on how to help your child learn the life skill
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Lisa Witepski asks if shouting at your kids is a form of discipline, or if it does more harm than
There’s an increasing belief among children (and their parents) that they need to excel at a particular sport in order
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Optimism starts in childhood. Here are six ways to help your child (and yourself) develop a sunnier outlook on life.
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Toy overload is a real thing and it can affect your toddler’s creativity and imagination. By Kim Bell
It is possible to transform the terrible twos into the terrific twos. You just need to know what makes your
Our experts explain how to reclaim your private space when your little one refuses to leave the family bed. By
Samantha Toweel-Moore, occupational therapist and trauma facilitator, explains why childhood trauma should never be left untreated.
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