Preparing for a newborn when you have a disability

Written by Ashley Taylor

preparing for a newbornThere are always new things to learn and ideas to consider when you’re thinking about how to best raise your children and be a parent. When you have a disability, however, there’s so much more you have to contemplate and examine to make a smoother transition into parenthood. If you find yourself needing some extra assistance in getting there, here are a few helpful ways to prepare your life and home for your new, little bundle of joy.

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Ultimate guide to kids doing chores

It’s time to share with you some important information about kids doing chores. The biggest question my customers ask me is “what chores should my kids be doing?” The answer is not as simple as you might think because the best way to teach your kids to do chores is to help them do big chores in little ways. Let me explain how this can work for children of different ages.

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Literacy and play – how your child can learn whilst having fun

Literacy and play can go hand in hand. There are so many ways your child can practice learning their letters and sounds whilst having fun and even engaging in physical activity. Children don’t need to sit at a desk, in front of a TV or staring at a tablet in order to master the pre-reading and writing concepts.

Here are a few simple ideas to get your kids moving, playing and learning at the same time. (more…)

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Dealing with misbehaviour from kids in a way that actually works.

All kids respond differently when they get told off for misbehaviour but there is something very simple you can do to teach them to listen instead of having a meltdown, answering back, or simply not listening at all.

It might not work every single time for every child and may take a little while for kids to break old habits and adapt with the new strategy, but you will see improvement in how they behave and respond to being told off.

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