Traits your child needs to succeed

What makes a child do well in school? When this question is asked from the parents they always have lots of great answers: a high IQ, a terrific school, well-run lessons, skilled teachers, a creative curriculum, high expectations and the list goes on and on Continue reading

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Is your son a constant bundle of energy … always moving, unable to sit still, even for a few moments? Is your daughter easily distracted and forgetful, tending to frequently “have her head in the clouds”?

Maybe you’ve tried to calm your child down, or urged him to focus. You may have attempted to increase his nightly hours of sleep, adjusted his diet or encouraged him to get more physical exercise—yet nothing appears to be working.

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Children Accidents and Care

Almost 1 million kids below the age of 15 are taken to accident and emergency (A&E) units after injuries occur in the home every year. 

In the UK, injuries that occur in and around the home are the most common cause of death in children over the age of one. Children under five are most at risk from an injury in the home, and boys are more likely to be injured than girls.

 

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