Everyone has days when they feel down or “off,” and that’s okay. Feeling sad from time to time is normal. However, if your feelings of sadness are intense, frequent, or long-lasting, or interfere with your relationships or day-to-day life, you may ...read more .
Being a parent – especially for the first time – is a stressful job. Every time your child has a fever or a cough, you may wonder if you should see a doctor. However, medical problems aren’t the only ones kids face. Children can also experience ...read more .
In the 1940s, Hans Asperger, a Viennese paediatrician, observed a set of behaviours and characteristics that were similar to those found in autistic individuals but these individuals did not have delays in language and had at least average cognitive ...read more .
If you think your child may be exhibiting signs of autism, you may be wondering where to turn for testing and diagnosis, as well as therapy and other help. Because children with autism have trouble communicating with and relating to other people, early ...read more .
If your child has trouble focusing, can’t sit still, or tends to act before thinking, he or she might be one of many with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in Brisbane. Of course, most children have trouble with some of these things some ...read more .
Feeling anxious now and then is normal. Everyone, at some point or another, feels worried or afraid. But when anxiety gets in the way of living your life the way you want to, from school and work to relationships and hobbies, then seeking help in ...read more .