It’s Sustainable St Albans aka #SusFest2019 and we spoke to children and young people about their sustainability stories on the show.
Tonight on the @parentshow we talked about Adolescence and Family Stress. We all have way too much stress in our lives – well most of us. Is there anything we can do about it short of moving to a kibbutz or a remote island?
Amanda Yorwerth from the Environment Matters programme joins Lydia this week as they interview a number of guests all about the St Albans Sustainability Festival.
Food intolerance – what do we actually know about it and where can we go to get our children tested?
Having a positive relationship with your child or teen is important to every parent. But there is no magic formula, it takes work and patience and can be very challenging. Lydia and Seema spoke to two guests to help arm us with some positive strategies to building positive relationships with our children and managing family stress.
With the current apparent lack of school places in St Albans, County Councillor Terry Douris talks to Lydia about the process and the hopes for a satisfactory outcome.
With the current apparent lack of school places in St Albans, County Councillor Terry Douris talks to Lydia about the process and hopes for the outcome.
With so little in-home specialist advice for parents struggling with their infants sleep and feeding, Liz Woolfitt and Suzy Lane created Baby Sleep Retreat so that parents could have expert evidence-based advice in real time and within the comfort of their own home.Their approach is nurturing, holistic and completely non-judgmental and they tailor their advice around each individual infant’s personality and family situation.Suzy and Liz answered questions on baby sleep from Kathy and Lydia.We also explored the situation over Schools placements in St Albans, where so far this year, almost 200 students have not been allocated a place at all. We spoke to Herts County Council on what's being done to redress the situation.The show also featured an interview with Maddy Iszchak, who runs the Level Trust Charity which helps families on lower incomes help with the costs of children's education
St Albans Soroptimists and *The Talent Keeper Specialists hosted a panel debate live from the Sandpit Theatre. The panel and audience discussed the question: "Are Women their own worst enemy?" Discussions covered themes such as: women and employability, women’s domestic labour, societal and media pressure on women and how women experience the criminal justice system.
This week The Parents' Show talks to Olive Hickmott, Forensic Learning Coach about how mental images that highly visual children are processing on a day to day basis can have an impact on learning difficulties. We talked specifically about children with dyslexia and ADHD and how these images if managed properly can help children learn [...]