Your child will need a lot of support in every facet of their life to be confident, positive and physically healthy. There are many strategies you can use to help them day-to-day and that will form the foundations for long term outcomes.
Although DCD is a common condition, affecting around 5-8% of school-aged children, it is not easily identifiable and poorly understood.
Need to know: A deep dive into understanding auditory processing disorder. Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a complex condition that affects a child’s ability to […]
Need to know: A personal account on the challenges of neurodiverse parenting. Three years ago my days were filled with power struggles, yelling, sadness and […]
Need to know: Executive functioning skills Executive functioning disorder Executive functioning ADHD Executive functioning assessment Executive functioning in autism and ADHD Research shows that executive dysfunction […]
Need to know: A discussion on understanding vestibular sense. The vestibular sense, also known as the sense of balance, is located in the inner ear […]
Need to know: the importance of the sixth sense The human brain relies on 8 senses to process and pass information about the body’s internal […]
Need to know: Managing neurodivergent children around the festive season The festive season is around the corner and with it comes family gatherings. There is […]
Need to know: Understanding trauma in neurodivergent children This is a guest blog post by Anita McCraffrey from Neurodivergent Wellness Groups From a sensory, social […]