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Young athletes and performers

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Posted on by Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff)

Many young people are beginning to push the boundaries of their chosen pursuit to an elite or professional level from their early teens. It is not uncommon to begin representing your country whilst still in high school, or begin professional or semi-professional careers in the performing arts industry. There are many challenges associated with being […]

ADHD and Education

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Posted on by Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff)

Recent discussions on education is pointing to the need for re-thinking the way children receive education. Here at the Quirky Kid Clinic, we have long advocated on a child-focused approach where each child receives the most appropriate education strategy or intervention. We work from the child’s perspective, making use of strong creative approaches and make […]

Cyberbullying

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What is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying refers to bullying that occurs through information and communication technology such as phone calls, text messages, emails, Internet chat rooms, instant messaging and social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook. Cyberbullying activities include leaving insulting or offensive messages on social networking sites, spreading rumors online, sending unwanted emails, text messages […]

Sex Education

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Sexual education is a lifelong process of acquiring information and forming attitudes, beliefs, and values about such important topics as identity, relationships, and intimacy. Parents often wonder when sexual education for children should be introduced, or who is responsible for educating children on sexuality. Development and Sexual Education Infants and Toddlers – Children begin to […]

Sibling Rivalry

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Posted on by Leonardo Rocker (Quirky Kid Staff)

Fighting between siblings, or sibling rivalry,  is a common concern among parents. A certain amount of arguing between children in families is normal, and is one of the ways that children learn the importance of sorting out problems independently, respecting people’s feelings and belongings. Additionally, learning how to fight fairly without hurting each other, within […]

Kids and Facebook @ 7 News

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Kimberley O’Brien, our principal child psychologist, discussed the use of Facebook and study time with report Pippa Gardner from Channel 7 . You can find  useful, practical and informative advice about parenting by visiting our resources page, – or discussing it on our forum. Watch the segment below or visit Channel 7 website. If you […]