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How To Bully Proof Your Child

It’s about time we shed some light on what is a dark topic – bullying. One in four Australian school students report repeated bullying. Half of Australian children say they have been the target of bullying behaviour at least once. Children on the spectrum are easy targets for school bullies. Lets look at how you can approach bullying and how you can bully proof your child!

Changing Lives, One Lunchbox At A Time

Let’s look at the types of foods we should be packing into the lunchbox! We’re led to believe that packing the lunchbox requires a PhD in nutrition, but Beck Warke, functional nutrition consultant breaks it down for us in really practical terms and shows us how to make the best choices when it comes to shopping, nutrition and a plant-based diet.

Ditch Homework For More Play

Do kids with autism benefit from homework? Is it really doing them any favours? In many cases it just adds to the after-school stress and meltdowns. We think it’s better to ditch the homework and replace it with more time to relax, connect, move and play. When we’re able to deliver this, children begin to thrive.

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