Getting ready to be a parent means laying the groundwork for a new life for your entire family. The addition of a new child places demands on everyone. There are late-night feedings and diaper changes, safety precautions to take and new space to create. It’s an exciting, anxious time for the entire family. For disabled … Read More
All parents feel overwhelmed at times. After all, you have a huge responsibility, especially as a single parent. However with some good parenting strategies in place you can overcome the challenges life throws your way. Flying solo Without a partner sharing child-rearing duties, you not only carry all the burden of decision-making and caregiving, you … Read More
According to FDA regulations, animal fats are not permitted in infant formula. This means that the fat in formula must come from vegetable oils. Read on to learn more about fatty acids, KABRITA’s premium OPO fat blend and how it supports development. By Dr. Annie Salsberg, N.D. Fat is a critical macronutrient for babies and … Read More
In this post Joalida Smit explains different theories of dyslexia and shows how theory guides appropriate treatment. A neuropsychological assessment can identify the core mechanisms underlying the different types of dyslexia and identify which treatment option is needed.
by Karin Grobler Bullying is a big problem in schools, and even in the corporate life. It is important for us as parents to equip our children with the necessary skills against bullying. Children must learn in their homes to be able to use their “big voices”.
If you are a parent you probably have heard the term ‘milestone’ or ‘developmental skill’. These are the means by which we measure our baby’s growth and development. When did your baby first smile? Around 6 weeks? If so she is like most babies who reach this milestone at approximately the same age.