How can we help our babies when they get sick and snuffly? In this interview Sarah talks to Laura from Snotty Noses Australia to find out more about how our babies breathe and how we can help them when they have a cold.Read More
The process of diagnosing autism and ADHD can be long, very long and very stressful for families. Sarah caught up with Dr Beth Johnson from Monash University to ask her about The MAGNET Project. Dr Beth Johnson is a postdoctoral researcher, leading an ambitious research program to transform how we understand and diagnose autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and ADHD.Read More
Children can drown in as little as 20cm of water, and children under five are the age group most at risk of drowning. Swimming pools are known to account for a large proportion of drowning deaths however there are everyday dangers around the home too.
Sarah caught up with Clare from Kingswim to ask her how we teach our children about water safety, some top tips for being safe around water and when our children can start swimming lessons.Read More
The birth of a baby is an overwhelming and magical experience, and as friends and family we can’t wait to go in and visit the new bundle of joy. But, don’t be that friend that no one wants to invite back.
Sarah caught up with Laura from Snotty Noses to ask for her top tips on visiting a newborn. Take a listen…Read More
Sarah caught up with Marie-France Laval, a dietitian and nutritionist, to ask her about International No Diet Day, coming up this Monday 6th May. Take a listen to Marie-France’s no fuss, easy attitude towards food in this interview.Read More
Sarah caught up with Dr Beth Johnson, a postdoctoral researcher at Monash University, leading an ambitious research programme to transform how we understand and diagnose autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Sarah spoke to Dr Beth in this interview (Part One) to find out more about ASD and ADHD and how it affects children, families and communities.
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There’s so much information out there to support us in helping our babies develop. From tummy time to touching, feeling and tasting everything they come into contact with, our babies learn so much and develop so quickly in such a fast period of time. Sarah caught up with Becky Hughes from Baby Sensory Australia to find out about babies sensory development in utero and in their first 12-months of life.
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When we become a parent sleep overtakes us, or the thought of sleep at least! With World Sleep Day coming up this Friday 15th March and daylight savings ending in Australia on the 7th of April we thought we would get some tips on how to find a good night sleep for you and your family!Read More
Sarah caught up with Jamie from Dummies Corp to ask him about his circus show creations, Splash Test Dummies & Crash Test Dummies, and gained his thoughts on keeping the kids occupied away from the screen.Read More
Are you keen to be green? Or a little greener? Have you got children that you’re looking to have more involved in being environmentally sustainable? As parents we’re in charge of raising happy, kind, confident children and for leaving them with a beautiful world to live in. I caught up with Sara Saunders, author of There Once was an Orangutan, to find out how we can teach our kids about this huge topic!Read More
Sarah caught up with Laura from Snotty Noses Australia to find out her 9 top tips to help keep our children safe from germs when starting daycare, kinder or heading back to school. Start with these tips young and your little ones will have a nice, strong immune system in no time!
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Whether you’re just driving around the corner or you’re about to go on a long family road trip, it’s so important to have your child safely restrained in a correctly fitted car seat.
But how do you know you’re doing it right?Read More
Our children know how to use our iPads and iPhones better than we do! I chat with Dr Joanne Orlando about the new guidelines for technology use for children. At what age can we start to introduce technology, what's appropriate for what age and what are the benefits?
This interview was recorded in late 2017 however all the information is still relevant!Read More
The one things Rebecca Ieremia always knew, since childhood, was that she wanted to be a Mum one day. It was a big thing for her. She couldn’t wait for that moment and felt it would be a big part of who she was. As can be the case for many, the road to becoming a Mum was anything but easy.Read More