10 Things Kids Say That Indicate Your Child Is Anxious (and How To Help Them Manage Their Anxiety)

10 Things Kids Say That Indicate Your Child Is Anxious (and How To Help Them Manage Their Anxiety)

Written By Deb Hopper, Occupational Therapist Anxiety can show up in a myriad of ways and many children slip under the radar, go untreated, and are often misunderstood by their parents, teachers and peers. Often children’s anxiety symptoms are misunderstood as “behavioural” issues. Being clingy, complaining, vigilant, or reacting or hitting peers on the playground

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Overwhelmed: A Child’s Safe Space

Overwhelmed: A Child’s Safe Space Written by Deb Hopper Published in   Navigating through the day as a child can be an exhilarating, yet daunting process. There is the fun and joy of play, friends and family. There is also the challenge of meeting new people, the social challenges of interaction with play, the environmental

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Minimising Tantrums at the Shops

Minimizing Tantrums at the Shops - Article Cover September

NEW DIGITAL PLATFORM – You can now access the Great Health Guide through ISSUU – CLICK HERE TO ACCESS Minimising Tantrums at the Shops By Deb Hopper Published in The Great Health Guide CLICK HERE FOR THE AUDIO VERSION Taking kids shopping is one of those activities that can feel like you are in a balancing act,

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5 Top Tips for Helping Kids…

Transition From School to Holidays  (and back to school) Published by The Great Health Guide  Written by Deb Hopper 5 top tips for helping kids transition from school to holidays (and back to school). Children often anticipate with excitement the thought of change, whether it is going back to school or going on school holidays. As

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