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8 Ways To Guide Your Child Into Responsible Behaviour

Children will be children and parents will never run short of incidences where they wish their children acted in a more responsible manner. Parents themselves may have good values, those values have to be communicated well to be passed on to them.

Confinement care has evolved to become almost a science where modern science and nutrition meets traditional wisdom. At After Birth Care Services this marriage of old and new is further enhanced by discreet professionalism and excellent service.

At SN Confinement Care Centre, Madam Ong has created a tranquil and serene environment for new mothers to rest and recondition themselves after pregnancy. It also allows new mothers a peaceful period of bonding with her newborn and family.

Simple, Practical Money Lessons for Young Children

Financial literacy and good money habits are best cultivated at an early age Here are some simple but effective “money lessons” that you can teach your little ones every day.

Parenting a Special Needs Child

A child with special needs gets help from a variety of medical professionals, one of them being the occupational therapist. This article will help parents to better understand what their child’s occupational therapist is aiming to achieve.

LIFETIME Celebrates Modern Moms' Strength and Diversity in Mother 2.0 Campaign

Are you a Mother 2.0? Get involved to appreciate mothers who challenge stereotypes in raising their children the best way they know how!

Why Can’t My Child Talk?

If your child is not on track with the milestones of speech and language development, you should talk to your child's pediatrician.

Nurturing Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): At Home and In School

In conjunction with World Autism Awareness Day 2016 on April 2, here are some pointers for parents and teachers by child psychologist Tan Chee Ern.

Scary Tales that Our Mums Used to Tell Us: Opportunities for Teaching Our Little One Good Manners

Those scary tales that our mums used to tell us can make wonderful starting points for teaching our child good manners and behaviour.

PISA: What Malaysian Parents Should Know

You thought that a survey on the world’s 15-year olds had nothing to do with you or your little one. Think again, because the data available in PISA’s study may help you to help your child succeed in school and in his/her further education.