6 Tips for Parents of Disabled Children

While it will inevitably feel overwhelming and challenging, you and your child are not alone; here are some guidance tips in supporting your child – and yourself – through an important time. Socialize with Others You are never alone when it comes to dealing with…

5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Family’s Energy Bills

Running a family home is expensive enough, even without the constant worry of your looming energy bills that seem to rise immeasurably each and every year without fail. In fact, you will probably not be surprised to find out that energy bills in the UK…

4 Great Hobbies You Can Try with Your Kids

It can often be a challenge when it comes to entertaining the kids – especially during long months, such as the summer holidays or school breaks. If you’re looking for a new pastime which will keep the family entertained, as well as a new hobby…

Dealing with Your Childs Excessive Ear Wax

Ear wax is natural and protects your inner ear canal from dirt and damage. Having some ear wax is healthy, though excessive ear wax can be painful and cause loss of hearing. It’s common to use cotton swabs to clean out your ears, but you…

How to Help Your Child Overcome Disordered Eating

Letting your child make their own decisions as they age is a difficult part of being a parent for some, especially when the decisions they make are harmful to their health. This is especially true for parents with a child who has an eating disorder….

Budgeting: A Guide to Becoming a Frugal Family

If you want to start budgeting effectively to ensure your family lives more comfortably, you have landed in the right place. It goes without saying that living on a budget can be difficult. This is particularly the case if you are already struggling to get…

4 Ways to Get Your Child Interested in the Great Outdoors

Nowadays, prying a child away from a gaming console or the couch in front of the TV can prove more difficult than expected. However, considering how important it is for their development, it is every parent’s responsibility to ensure kids spend time outdoors in the…

Helping Your Child to Recover from Flu

No parent wants to see their child unwell, but unfortunately, illness happens from time to time. The flu is a common viral infection that can affect people of all ages and cause symptoms such as fever, muscle aches, chills, headaches, and congestion. Having a child…

A Parent’s Guide to Phonological Processes

Slurred words, missing syllables, incorrectly spoken phonemes. How is a parent or teacher to know when this is a normal speech pattern versus a sign of speech delays or developmental problems? When should a child stop mistakenly pronouncing R, W or L? When should they…

An Introduction to Phonological Problems

You’ve probably observed phonological processes though you were unaware of the name for it. It is first seen when a child learns how to speak, using the wrong phonetic sounds at times or missing syllables altogether. It is normal for children to make mistakes when…