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1. Tummy Time  Placing your baby to play on the floor on their tummy is really important to ensure that they develop good head and neck control. This is the basic building block to their gross motor skills.  2. Settle your crying child before picking them up When...

Summer’s over and a new season has kicked in. As we brace ourselves for the cooler wet weather ahead, I thought it would be a nice opportunity to share a case study that will warm your hearts as Miss B embarks on a new chapter...

Today, I want to share with you 5 of the most common mistakes that I see with headache management so that you can avoid them. The first mistake that I see with managing a headache is having an incorrect or poor sitting posture. By this I mean...

Starting Kindergarten is a momentous and sometimes daunting event for both children and parents. If a child has special needs, the anxiety experienced by parents and child can be magnified even more with concerns because of physical disabilities and speech impairments. Prior to your child’s...

Often overlooked, core stability training is a vital aspect of your exercise routine if you want to be performing at your peak. When incorporated into a structured routine, core stability exercises can help improve muscular control and reduce the likelihood of injuries. It is the core...

The NDIS will fund for reasonable and necessary supports for a person with disability.    1. NDIS defines aspects of funding into 3 main categories:    Core - A support that enables a participant to complete activities of daily living and enables them to work towards their goals and...

With the NDIS rollout since July 2017, its taken time for the NDIA to contact eligible families for a planning meeting regarding funding for their child through the NDIS. For many families, the process of how the NDIS works is still very unclear and some...