The average two-year-old needs around 12 to 14 hours of sleep daily. Helping them to get this shut eye isn’t always easy, though! Continue reading Sleep and the Terrible Twos
Gluten-free diets are very common today. While for some people this is a lifestyle choice, for people with coeliac disease it isn’t optional. Continue reading How Do You Know if You Have Coeliac Disease?
Any type of bullying that takes place online or through tablets, phones and laptops can be referred to as cyberbullying. Continue reading What Is Cyberbullying?
This is a guest post from Cindy Walker from Ortho Mattress.
Studies say it’s important to get enough sleep and a good quality of sleep, but what if the mattress you sleep on doesn’t promote a healthy sleep quality?
It’s very common for other conditions to be diagnosed alongside Asperger syndrome or autism. For this reason, it’s vital that we work with the needs arising from a person’s autism separately from their other needs, while offering support in a way that meets all of their needs. Continue reading What Other Conditions are Related to Asperger Syndrome
Insulin and other hormones are in charge of regulating the concentration (amount) of sugar in the blood. Diabetes is the name given to conditions where blood sugar levels can no longer be regulated by the body. Diabetes can occur in two different types, Type 1 and Type 2. Continue reading How Do People Without Diabetes Control Their Blood Sugar?