From budgeting to cooking, parents are starting early when it comes to prepping their children with life skills for the future.
Be mindful of the overlap between both yours and your child’s worries.
Introduce consent as a concept within all social interactions that can be given and taken back.
Talking about suicide and mental health breaks down the stigma and shame attached to them.
It’s important you ease any fears your children may have and help in making the transition smoother.
Keep all your options open and don’t be afraid to reach out to universities for help and advice.
“When my daughter, Syona, was a toddler I would sometimes cancel our appointments for the day and just spend time playing with her.”
The definition of advocacy is simple but highly impactful for kids with special needs.
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