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  • School holiday or ‘anytime’ survival tips

    One mum discovers that the road to school holiday happiness begins with herself. The school holidays started well. At 8am on the first Monday I was still under my doona, enjoying a...

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  • Younger onset dementia

    Inappropriate care and lack of social engagement in residential aged care can lead to poor quality of life and influence the development of behavioural and psychological symptoms o...

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  • Some toys for 2-3 year olds

    My son Ethan is 2 1/2 and sometimes it is hard to find activities or toys that he enjoys and can keep him busy. These items are inexpensive and he has a great time playing with the...

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  • Asperger’s Syndrome from a mother’s perseptive

    What have I learned along the path from my sons diagnoses to adulthood? I have learned to not compare my children to neurotypical Johnny who lives down the street, the child who le...

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  • Home support assessment for the elderly

    The federal government is aiming to make it easier for older Australians to access the care they need to remain living in their own home through new home support assessment arrange...

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  • Early language milestones

    Covering children from birth to age five, this one-of-a-kind DVD is full of examples of normal speech, language, and hearing development … all » and tips on when to seek tre...

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  • What is Speech Pathology?

    This video explores the six general areas that speech pathologists in Australia work and specialise in. Read More...

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  • Good Food in Aged Care Facilities

    Since the launch of the Maggie Beer Foundation (MBF), a plethora of correspondence has been received from various individuals and organisations with offers of help, comments on the...

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  • The Importance of Play

    Jill Vialet believes that playing is essential to human development, and addresses significant education reform issues by encouraging greater creativity and problem-solving skills....

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  • Autism and Parental Interaction

    Can parental training improve the course of autism? A new study tests a controversial idea: that the everyday interactions between caregiver and child can change the way autism dev...

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