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New research, which suggests brain tests at the age of three can predict a child’s life chances, highlights the value of early intervention.
Dr Kay Mathieson will be leading a vital seminar on children's behaviour at the show.
Researchers have found that responses to babies' first gestures have a direct effect on their language development.
Young children could be at greater risk of obesity if they do not get enough sleep, a study suggests.
Being able to make friends is easier for some than it is for others, but practitioners can help all children to form relationships. Marion Dowling explains how
In an extract from her book on understanding children’s behaviour, Cath Hunter explains some of the underlying reasons behind difficult behaviour and how it can best be managed by adults
Put your reward stickers away, says Sue Cowley, there are other ways to motivate young children
A study of the effects of sleep training has reignited the debate over the controversial method.
The ‘epidemic’ requires a mix of early intervention and later support services, finds Charlotte Goddard
High-quality parenting programmes can support vulnerable people and their ability to parent. Charlotte Goddard profiles one such programme and the challenges facing this type of intervention
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