Youthrive Articles

We are very proud of the team we have grown here at Youthrive and celebrate their achievements in the industry. Here you will find a collection of published articles and helpful resources for parents, prepared by our exceptional team.

Youthrive now offers school-based integrated therapy services!

June 11th, 2018

At Youthrive, we are passionate about children’s development and assisting children to reach their full potential. Youthrive provides an integrated therapy service, including psychology, speech pathology and occupational therapy, at four conven [...]
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7 tips to improve your child’s social and communication skills

March 22nd, 2018

Is my child developing social and communication skills appropriately? Imagine not having the necessary skills to communicate and interact with your friends, family, co-workers, or the cashier at the supermarket. How would it [...]
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How to reduce your child’s exam anxiety

March 19th, 2018

Although the magnitude of exams vary from year to year, the pressure of performing well can often cause unwanted stress and anxiety, at any age. What is anxiety? In order for you to provide effective support for your chil [...]
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Is my child ready to walk to school?

January 18th, 2018

It’s only natural that we want to make sure our children arrive safely at school. While it’s never easy saying goodbye to routine school drop-offs, is it time to give your children extra freedom and responsibility and allow them to walk to scho [...]
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Understanding your child and their development

October 16th, 2017

Understanding your Child and their Development

“When should I approach childhood specialists for help?”

If you’ve ever had [...]

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What is ABA?

March 29th, 2017

If your child is on the Autism Spectrum, you may have heard the term ‘ABA therapy’ being used. However, there are very limited resources available that actually explain what ABA therapy is, and what its uses are. ABA stands for Appl [...]
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Tips for Positive Parenting

March 29th, 2017

Parenting is the most challenging job you will ever have. When it's 6pm and your two daughters won't stop fighting over the iPad while you are trying to make dinner, when your three year old is (very loudly) letting you know how mean and awful [...]
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Help Your Child Prepare For School

March 29th, 2017

School holidays are a great time to spend time with the kids and have some fun together. Unfortunately the reality of heading back to work or school comes back around much too soon. Over the holidays some routines may slip and transitioning bac [...]
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Signs Your Child Might Have Dyslexia

March 29th, 2017

For children, dyslexia is typically identified during their early years of schooling and unfortunately, it comes in all shapes and sizes and looks different for each person. We’ve compiled a helpful list of signs to look out for that may indica [...]
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How to approach your child’s teacher

March 29th, 2017

How should you approach your child’s teacher when you are concerned about something occurring at school? Parents often find themselves in difficult situations with teachers. While teachers are there to facilitate your child's learning, their [...]
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