Kid Friendly Hobbies to Entertain and Educate | Blog | Boost Young Minds by Support 4 Kids
Guest Blog

Four Kid Friendly Hobbies to Entertain and Educate

Today’s guest blog has been written by Maria Cannon who believes that we’re never too young to dedicate ourselves to a hobby. She created HobbyJr to encourage young people to find a hobby they love. Maria has suffered from depression and anxiety for years. Her hobbies gardening, quilting, sewing, and knitting play a major role in maintaining her mental health.

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Tips on how to get your first job | Blog | Support 4 Kids
Tips

The Ultimate Guide to Securing Your First Job

Having spent all those years studying, you are finally ready for that first crucial job. No doubt about it, it can be very daunting to enter the ‘real’ world, a world where you have to secure a job and become part of a working community.

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No more wet beds | bedwetting Tips | Support 4 Kids
Tips

Had Enough of Wet Beds?

​Have you and your child had enough of wet beds in the mornings, and have you tried everything? If you and your child are fed up with wet beds, you may be looking at options on how to achieve dry beds. As part of this process, you may wish to understand some of the basic facts around bedwetting in order to make a fully informed decision on which step to take next. ​

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Special Needs

An uncertain future – A special needs interview

Our special needs interview is with a dad who has two children with additional needs. For the purpose of this interview, he has elected to focus his replies and relate them to his 17 years old daughter. She is entering the phase of adulthood which brings about its own set of worries for a parent who is bringing up a child with special needs.

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Fear of labelling your child, Support 4 Kids Ltd
Guest Blog

The Fear Of Labelling Your Child

Early on, we knew that our son was behaving differently than other children, which we started noticing when he was about a year old. We fought to get him referred to a health professional, with the help of his preschool after several incidents. However, when attending appointments, we were told that there was nothing wrong and were asked to go home.

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Book Review, Boy Made of Blocks, Support 4 Kids
Books

An Autistic Journey

Here you are, feeling freaked out and unsure of where to go next. Your child has been diagnosed as having autistic traits, and though you may have had your suspicions, it can still be a ‘tough pill’ to swallow.

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