Updated resources: Puberty is also a time when sexual attraction starts to occur, for all parents this can be an awkward time. As for all children, the best approach is to talk simply and honestly with your child about the feelings they may experience and try to be positive. Young people with a disability are just as likely to want relationships as any other person, it is important to recognise this and talk about it with your child.
Monthly Archives: July 2016
A team of our researchers travelled to Stockholm for this conference and reflect on the learnings.
Dr Sid Vemuri has just returned from Stockholm, Sweden, where he presented at the International Conference of Cerebral Palsy and other Childhood -onset Disabilities. Find out more about his trip here in his blog.
Professor Katrina Williams provides her thoughts on the causes and complexities of autism, a condition that impacts one in 100 Australian children under 6 years of age.
Uncle Bob’ Child Development Centre conducts the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program for parents and caregivers together with their babies and young children and is receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback.
The Raising Children Network and the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) have partnered to produce free online videos and articles to help parents become NDIS Ready.