One of the biggest challenges facing parents of tween and teen boys is how to keep them reading. How do I know this? Because they tell me.
Here you will find advice from some of Australia’s leading experts on adolesecent wellbeing, as well as many other guest articles.
Working at home is even more difficult for students with ADHD and many parents have asked for ideas on how to support their tweens and teens. So I approached Tim Connell, a special education consultant, for his best tips. Here is his expert advice:
TikTok previously known as lip-syncing app musical.ly is a short-form 15sec video creating/sharing social media app rated 13+ for use. It is a free mobile app available on both Apple and Android mobile devices. Users of TikTok can make videos by creating an account and using the creator tools to film their video and add special effects. So what’s the issue?
The party culture begins to build in Year/Grade 9, sometimes very quickly. Although most young people at this age will choose not to drink, alcohol starts to become a part of their socialising experience, usually at pre-parties, with a small but influential group regularly drinking, some to excess. Instead of…
12 months ago my son came to my husband and I with an “idea”. Year 12 was finished. The safety of school was over. Schoolies was done. He was faced with the big decision of what to do with 8 hours, five days a week. It was time to adult.
How can you help your young person navigate the year ahead at high school? Parenting author, Sharon Witt, provides some ideas for parents to support their tweens and teens on their journey.