What a child’s anger might be telling you

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  • February 18, 2024
  • 5 min read

Most kids get angry sometimes. It’s a natural reaction when life feels hard or unfair. It’s also natural for the adults in charge to feel conflicted when it happens. They can feel irritated and want to help at the same time. Almost every youngster goes through a stage in which they have temper tantrums. From the “Terrible Twos” […]

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Understanding evaluation results and next steps

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  • February 18, 2024
  • 7 min read

At a glance  Evaluation results determine what kind of help the school will provide. Knowing your child’s exact areas of difficulty allows you to get the right support. Kids and their families often have lots of questions about what results mean.  Your child has had an evaluation, and you’ve gotten the results. Now what? Evaluation results […]

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Many parents are fearful that labelling their child as having autism spectrum diagnosis (ASD) will make him or her feel broken, or that they may use their label as an excuse to give up and not try. Adults on the autism spectrum have found the opposite to be true. Giving your child information on the […]

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Interacting with Your Pediatrician

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  • February 18, 2024
  • 9 min read

If you believe your child is not meeting the age-appropriate developmental milestones or you have any concerns about your child, talk to your paediatrician. Do not wait. During your conversation with your paediatrician, it is important to be prepared. Remember, you are an expert on your child, you know them better than anyone else. You […]

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