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Parent and Child Bonding – Estelle Zietkiewicz

To view Estelle’s article on Parent and Child Bonding please click here: Parent and Child Bonding

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Stages of Play – Cheryl Bennie

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Sensory Integration Part 1- Cheryl Bennie

To view Cheryl’s article on Sensory Integration Part 1 Please click here: Sensory Integration Part 1

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Developmental Speech Milestones – Caryn Walker

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“Here come’s trouble” – Robyn Leigh Smith

Please click here to download this article on expecting a sibling: “Here come’s trouble”

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Tips on expecting a sibling – Robyn Leigh Smith

It’s not only children who grow. Parents do too. As much as we watch to see what our children do with their lives, they are watching us to see what we do with ours. ~Joyce Maynard   Helpful Tips   1)    Being a parent and getting used to have another baby/child is a process. There ...

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Toilet Training

When should I start toilet training my child? Do not start toilet training until both you and your child are ready. You are ready when you are able to devote the time and energy necessary to encourage your child on a daily. Signs that your child is ready include the following: Your child signals that ...

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The Art of Bonding in the age of Technology

Probably the most important characteristic of humans is the capacity to form relationships. These relationships are so necessary for us to survive, work, learn, love and pro-create.   Each person’s ability to form relationships differ – some seem naturally capable of loving, others feel no “pull” to form intimate relationships and find little pleasure from ...

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Sensory Integration Explained Part 2 – Cheryl Bennie

Sensory Integration Explained Part 2: Sensory Processing   In part one the definition of sensory integration was explained as the ‘brains ability to take in information from the outside world as well as from the inside world of the child’s body and use this information to create purposeful activity’. The article went on to explain ...

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