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June 4, 2024
How do I Parent my Neurodivergent Child

Parenting a neurodivergent child is a journey filled with moments of learning, empathy and growth. There will be moments of joy, celebration and pride, and there will be moments of frustration, guilt and overwhelm. Most of all you will have moments when you worry if you’re doing the best to support them as they navigate this neurotypical world.

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February 1, 2024
Big Emotions and Big Behaviours

How do I help my child with emotional regulation? These are examples of some of the big emotions and big behaviours that parents have come to us for support. Their young person is finding it hard to manage their emotions and behavioural responses in the face of challenging situations. We are asked again and again […]

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November 21, 2023
Sarah's Communication Story

Sarah was 6 years old when we met her. She was, and still is, a lover of all things dinosaur and animals related. She has a wonderful imagination...

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November 17, 2023
Erin's Toileting Learning Story

Erin (4) was transitioning to her first year of primary school and the summer before staring her parents contacted Act to Connect....

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November 17, 2023
John's Transfer Test Story

John's (10) parents had always felt he was a worrier and though often happy and confident..

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November 16, 2023
Nathan's OCD Story

Nathan's parents reached out as he was showing signs of Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD),

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November 14, 2022
Reflecting on Attachment

According to attachment theory, when children are young they learn to reference their parent or primary care giver for support at moments of both physical and emotional uncertainty and vulnerability.  When secure attachment has developed your child is able to trust in your non verbal communication that, despite any uncertainty or fear they may be […]

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