The summer holidays can often stretch on endlessly and can drive some parents mad. Without school filling the majority of their day, children turn to their parents for entertainment and activities to keep them from feeling bored. So what summer activities can you try out to keep everyone happy?
Summer is a great time of year to catch up with the family and strengthen the bonds between family members. A well planned summer will be memorable, exciting and full of activities. Here are 12 tips for having the best summer ever with your kids!
Summer is probably one of the most favoured seasons of the year. Families have the chance to spend time together, children get a break from school, and everyone gets to enjoy the sunshine. Whilst it’s likely you’ll be keen to make the most of it, there are some important car safety tips that you need to keep in mind when traveling with kids:
While summer is a great time of year for enjoying the outdoors with your family, it can also bring about some potential health problems for young toddlers. The summer sun, heat, increase in insects and time spent outdoors can lead to various skin conditions for your toddler. In this post, we’ll discuss the 5 most common toddler skin problems during summer and what to do about them.
If you're child has cataracts then it's likely they're going to need immediate treatment. As part of Cataract Awareness Month, this blog post is part of a series helping to raise awareness around the issue of cataracts in children, how to identify them and how they're treated.
Treatment is only really required if the cataract is impairing your child's vision. Many children have cataracts without requiring further treatment. Instead, they're monitored carefully through regular eye checkups.
This month we're taking part in Cataract Awareness Month with a series of blog posts to help raise awareness for cataracts, especially in children. As part of this series, this blog is going to look at the simple ways you can help prevent cataracts.
As part of Cataract Awareness Month, we're providing a series of articles to raise awareness of cataracts in children. This blog is the next in our series and tackles the common signs and symptoms of cataracts.
When your child is particularly young, it can be difficult to identify the early symptoms of cataracts. However, your child's eyes will be routinely examined after birth and for the first six to eight weeks of their life.
Although these screenings are designed to catch early signs of cataracts, it is possible for cataracts to develop afterward and so it's important to know what to look out for.
June is Cataract Awareness Month and as a result, this blog post is part of a series to help raise awareness of cataracts in children. Although typically associated with old age, cataracts can occur in children of all ages and this article is going to discuss what is cataract, the causes and how they can affect your child's vision.
Summer is the perfect time to take the family on a vacation. While most vacations are fun-filled, there are some risks involved when traveling with your family, especially if you have small children. Here are some simple safety tips for your family summer vacation to make sure everyone returns home safe and happy.
Sending a young child off to summer camp for the first time can be a daunting task for both the parents and the child. It is easy to begin obsessing over the trip because quite often it is the first time this child is adventuring on his/her own!