Posted in Children, children's activities, curiosity, Early childhood, exercise, happiness, positive attitude, positive mindset, positive thinking, wellbeing

Lila Kalis

Lila is quite amazing. She is tiny but very natural and confident. You can see she loves what she is doing and very good at it. Young children can be taught to master things at a very early age. They love things like skiing and swimming but Lila Kalis likes drifting. Her Dad has supported her willingness to learn and she has shown just how normal it is for a child to do something which involves skill and action. I am wondering why she doesn’t need a helmet but maybe those little cars are very stable? Her father knows a lot about these things and so does the driver who was working with her. Not work. They were playing together ! They were having fun and doing something skilled and demanding without it seeming like it. The father said he was not pressuring her and you get the impression he really isn’t. His daughter probably loves what she is doing because he loves what he is doing. Passion for something is infectious.

Posted in Children, Children Youth and Family, Early childhood, Education, Parents, research, Westmead Hospital

Redbank House

This is a more detailed article about the early intervention program developed by the Westmead Hospital where experts work with parents and children to help the children cope much better with their extreme behaviour and their emotional difficulties. This program like others demonstrate how early intervention and good early childhood practices can create better adjusted people. We do live in a tricky society and there are so many demands on adults who then cannot cope and haven’t got time to resolve issues. This is a way of lending a team spirit to the whole process of daily living so that each individual can manage.

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