76% of parents say earlier identification could have helped their dyslexic children

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76% of  parents say earlier identification could  have helped their dyslexic children Dyslexia Association Ireland (DAI) launched the first study done on dyslexia in Ireland to coincide with Dyslexia Awareness Week, ‘Small Change – Big Impact’, which aims to raise awareness of the small changes in policy that can help those with dyslexia. The survey, which had 787…

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9 foods your toddler should eat

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9 foods your toddler should eat EGGS Eggs are a great quick meal, as they are full of protein. Eggs also contain vitamin D, which helps the body absorb calcium. PORRIDGE Oats provide kids with a steady stream of energy. Porridge with fruit is a great breakfast for all the family. FULL-FAT MILK Growing kids…

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6 strategies for hiding your pregnancy

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6 strategies for hiding your pregnancy Many women like to wait until 12 weeks before announcing their big news – but how do you hide your pregnancy for three whole months? Try these strategies from women who have been there and done that. 1. Dilemma: You’re too tired to keep up with the running club. “I’m a…

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What your sleeping position says about your relationship

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What your sleeping position says about your relationship According to LittleThings.com, the way you and your partner sleep can say a lot about your relationship, “Even if you can’t or don’t articulate those things while you’re awake.”, Patti Wood, a body language expert with more than 30 years of experience and author of Success Signals,…

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7 struggles of having to be the ‘bad cop’ parent

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7 struggles of having to be the ‘bad cop’ parent Sometimes, being the ‘bad cop parent’ or saying no to our kids to keep them safe or ensure that they are healthy and well just has to be said and done, and although both parents should equally share the role, sometimes it can be left…

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5 family friendly dogs

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Family dogs are more than just pets – they become part of the family! And although your daughter might want a pocket size puppy and your son might want an old English sheepdog and your partner might want a Labrador retriever, stay strong! You should choose a breed by its personality, temperament, size, and energy…

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