Learning to communicate needs and wants in an appropriate way is one of the many challenges that children face.
Children learn to look after themselves, others, their environment and develop the underlying skills necessary to work, live and enjoy life.
Communication is the process of being able to understand and to be understood, both verbally and nonverbally.
Young children learn through play. By the time they reach school they will have been exposed to countless crucial concepts that provide the foundation for later learning and literacy.
It is important to encourage your child’s interest in fine motor tasks and drawing from an early age.
Physical activity including sport and fitness has a significant role in your child’s life, having a substantial impact on your child’s overall health and wellbeing.
Movement is a fundamental part of life and significantly contributes to a person’s health and wellbeing.
The position in which you hold your body and limbs when standing, sitting or lying down is referred to as your posture.