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How Can Speech Therapy Benefit Your Child?

20 Apr 2020

As we’ve mentioned before, every child is unique, learning at their own pace and with their own learning style. This includes learning to speak in their own individual way, which can be largely influenced by the interactions between the child and the parents. This is especially so in a multicultural city like Hong Kong, where most children learn to speak two or even three languages as they grow up.

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Topics: Hong Kong Kids, Mental Health

Understanding Bullying in Hong Kong

31 Mar 2020

Bullying is a worldwide phenomenon that can happen in any setting, including at work and home, but it’s most associated with schools. Studies have shown that up to 25% of school-aged children will experience bullying, and up to 9% of children engage in bullying behaviour at school. 

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Topics: Hong Kong Kids, Mental Health

Child Development in Hong Kong: Learning and Giftedness

20 Mar 2020

Every parent wants their child to grow up healthy and develop all of their abilities to achieve great things in life. This, among other reasons, is why parents monitor their child’s development from the early years of life – hoping that their children are progressing normally.

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Topics: Hong Kong Kids, Mental Health

5 Easy Ways to Sneak in Healthy Snacks & Meals for Children

4 Mar 2020

We all know that a healthy diet is rich in healthy vegetables, fruit, meat and fish along with complex carbohydrates, but how do we put this into our children’s lunch boxes? Lunch provides a third of your child’s daily requirements. A healthy balanced diet help us to improve immune system.

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Topics: Hong Kong Kids, Health & Wellness

Are Executive Dysfunctions Affecting Your Child’s Development?

2 Mar 2020

Does your child struggle with starting  low-reward activities or staying organised? Executive Dysfunctions can manifest in difficulties of completing tasks like that, as well as maintaining attention over a period of time or even recalling recent memories. 

As one of the more common symptoms of ADHD and autism, understanding Executive Functions and what it affects can help you provide better support for your child’s long-term development.

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Topics: Hong Kong Kids, Mental Health, Health & Wellness

4 Top Nutritional Tips to Keep Your Children Healthy

30 Jul 2019

A healthy and natural based diet might be more important than you think to your child’s academic performance at school. Good nutrition promotes early brain development and builds a stronger immune system against viral infections and diseases. Numerous studies have found links between children’s health and their ability to perform well in a school environment. It was discovered that children with healthier diets were able to function much better at school than those with unhealthy diets.

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Topics: Hong Kong Kids, Health & Wellness