Emerging Minds Families with Dr Andrew Leech – A GP’s role in supporting the family

When it comes to the health of children and families, general practitioners, or GPs, are often the first port of call for parents seeking advice and treatment for their child’s health concerns.  GPs are well equipped to address a wide range of issues that can affect children, from common ailments such as colds and flu, […]

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Getting your ‘Bub 2 Sleep’!

Welcome Donna Moala, sleep consultant from bub2sleep! Today we meet sleep expert, Donna, who is highly passionate and experienced in dealing with challenging sleep routines and behaviours. The stress caused by a screaming child at night can be like nothing else. Today we talk about types of problems Donna has come across and how it

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ADHD – the go to guide

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common mental-health condition in children and is present in most countries around the world. Although there is an abundance of literature on ADHD with plenty of scientific information, this condition remains controversial and often under diagnosed. In this episode we meet developmental paediatrician (Prof Desiree Silva) and

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Understanding Our Teens

Clark Wight is an internationally renowned teacher and expert in the area of engaging teenagers, in particular teenage boys and supporting their needs when facing adversity. Todays podcast will cover this area along with communication with children and teens. We also discuss some of the tricky areas of dealing with phones, gaming and pornography as

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Autism in Girls

In this podcast we welcome back Miriam Kirby, a developmental paediatric psychologist who has extensive experience working with children with autism. Rates of autism prevalence suggest that boys are, on average, 4 times more likely to have autism than girls. But this figure may hide the true incidence of autism in girls and women as

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