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
Asthma symptoms don’t need to get in the way if your child’s symptoms are managed well. If you understand these 9 things about your child with asthma, they’ll be able to get on with all the things they like doing. Continue reading 9 Things You Need to Know about Children with Asthma
In the 1980s, British psychiatrist Lorna Wing developed and introduced the concept of Asperger syndrome. The condition is named after an Austrian paediatrician named Hans Asperger, who studied and wrote about children who exhibited the condition in 1944. Continue reading Things You Might Not Know About Asperger Syndrome
So I am what is termed an ‘insomniac.’ I wear the badge proudly and instead of fighting my nature I have learned to embrace it. Unfortunately, I am now reconciling with the fact that my daughter too is also an insomniac. She’s only four but already shows signs of odd sleeping habits. Continue reading My child is like me…she’s an insomniac
During Christmas Break I took my daughter to Activity World. It’s a place where she can run and be free and romp about on the equipment here in Peterborough, England. It’s a fantastic place that caters to kids and has great facilities – but has dire choices of food on the menu. Continue reading The Problem With Child Obesity
nattention, poor impulse control and hyperactivity are some of the key characteristics that define the behavioural disorder, ADHD. When your child is just a baby or toddler, the difficult behaviours associated with ADHD may slowly become apparent. Continue reading Does My Baby Have ADHD?