How Much Exercise Should My Child Do?

As a parent, if you’ve asked this question once, you’ve asked it a million times. It’s only natural to worry about your child’s health. Children and young adults should minimise the amount of time they spend doing stationary activities. This … Continue reading “How Much Exercise Should My Child Do?”

Disabled People on The Move: The motability scheme

Motability cars have grown to become essential for disabled people Many people have heard of Motability, but unless you’ve had first-hand experience of the scheme you’d be forgiven for being unsure exactly what it offers. In the 1970s the British … Continue reading “Disabled People on The Move: The motability scheme”

Innovative & Improved Parenting Using Technology

Cell Phone Spy & Monitoring Software For Parentng – Before your teenager brings you to the level of frustration that can harm either of you, come to terms with this new piece of technology and it will not be long … Continue reading “Innovative & Improved Parenting Using Technology”

8 Back To School Essentials You Mustn’t Forget

When a child starts back to school after being on summer break, there are several essential items every parent or guardian must remember to get. These items include everything a child would need during the school day, such as backpacks … Continue reading “8 Back To School Essentials You Mustn’t Forget”

Do You Have Private Health Insurance?

The public health system has been under continued criticism for some time but the intensity has been turned up recently, with allegations that public health is out of touch with what people really need. A collection of different health groups: … Continue reading “Do You Have Private Health Insurance?”

Christmas Isn’t Just About the Kids

Christmas is one of the most stressful times of year for parents, and many dread the pressure to keep their children happy and provide them with the gifts they asked Santa for. The truth is though, that the build-up before … Continue reading “Christmas Isn’t Just About the Kids”