Special Needs Kids

How to deal with your preschooler’s special requirements.
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What is Asperger Syndrome and what are the signs?
Aspergers Syndrome is a developmental disorder that can cause your child to have difficulty...
How can I help my child if they are dyslexic?
There are simple things you can do with your child to help them with their dyslexia
What developmental milestones should I be looking for...
Development happens in leaps and bounds between the ages of two and four years old.
Stuttering in children: how can I tell if my child is...
Stuttering among preschoolers is rare, but not unheard of. There are ways you can identify a...
Could my hyperactive preschooler have ADHD?
Children under the age of five are normally very active and energetic.
My child has been diagnosed with epilepsy. What now?
There are a number of ways you can limit the frequency of your child's seizures.
My child has had a seizure. Could it be epilepsy?
It is terrifying for a parent to watch their child have a seizure but it's important not to panic as...
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