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Toddler Advice from our Experts

Feel supported as we share advice and information about your toddler’s development.

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What do children need when dealing with confinement?

Our children are most likely to develop healthily if we can help them with 5 key things: Connect, Be active and healthy, Keep learning, Slow down, and Give

The importance of connecting with your toddler

There is no substitute for connection with our little ones. Parenting expert Dr Justin Coulson helps you understand the importance of taking the time and energy to connect with your family.

3 tips on working from home with toddlers

It is not easy balancing the needs of your job with the needs of young children. Parenting expert Dr Justin Coulson shares 3 tips for working at home with toddlers.

Building your child's resilience through nutrition

Good nutrition helps enable children to play, to have a healthy immune system, and for their cognitive development, all of which support a more resilient child.

5 tips on how to talk to kids about the Coronavirus

Parenting expert and father of 6 Dr Justin Coulson, shares 5 tips on how to talk to kids about the Coronavirus. Key to your discussion are his concepts: heard, healthy, humour, help and hope

4 tips to manage kids’ emotions

Emotions within a family are contagious, which can be tricky in stressful situations. Dr Justin Coulson, parenting expert, shares 4 tips for helping children regulate their emotions, because they can’t do it themselves.

How to manage your child and yourself through stressful times

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has shared the most frequently asked questions around the Coronavirus and pregnancy, breastfeeding and bottle feeding.

Games for babies and toddlers

There are so many games and activities you can play at home with your baby or toddler. You’ll both have lots of fun, and your child will be learning and developing physical and cognitive skills.

Prepare your child with resilience and a healthy immune system

Ensuring your child is resilient ensures they will be able to cope well throughout their life. Learn how a healthy immune system can help your child experience the world and build resilience.

Coronavirus myths vs facts

Protect yourself and your child by following simple methods and rules from the World Health Organisation (WHO). Learn how you can limit the risks of spreading the Coronavirus.

5 fun games to play at home

Days stuck at home can be boring, for parents and children. Playing games is critical to developing a child’s imagination. Enjoy our ideas of fun games that siblings can play together to pass the time, learn and have fun!

10 tips for organising your stay-at-home life

Cows’ milk allergy is a common condition that can persist until 3 to 5 years of age.1 Learn about the common symptoms, and ways to help manage it.

11 tips for encouraging toddler food choices

There are so many games and activities you can play at home with your baby or toddler. You’ll both have lots of fun, and your child will be learning and developing physical and cognitive skills.

Why runny noses are a good thing for kids in day care

Cows’ milk allergy is a common condition that can persist until 3 to 5 years of age.1 Learn about the common symptoms, and ways to help manage it.

Toddlers and cows’ milk allergy

Cows’ milk allergy is a common condition that can persist until 3 to 5 years of age.1 Learn about the common symptoms, and ways to help manage it.

Why experts say it’s good for kids to get outdoors and get dirty

Playing outdoors exposes kids to good bacteria and vitamin D, which strengthens gut health and immunity. Learn what experts say about the benefits of dirt.