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The Centre for Pain Research at NUI Galway is seeking parents with a young child (from ages 2.5 to 6 years old) to take part in a short study about their child’s “everyday pains” (such as little bumps, scrapes, and cuts that happen around the home).
Are you are interested in upskilling or changing career? Are you unsure about what study options to take? Do you need some career advice? Then the Engage ’18 event on Saturday, 27 January may be just what you need to kick-start your career in 2018. Taking place at the Connaught Hotel from 10 – 1, this one stop shop career event gives you the opportunity to engage with career consultants, educational providers and employers in the Galway region.
Children with anxiety problems may or may not act like anxious adults.
"CHILDREN'S GREATEST enemies are adults," Roald Dahl stated at one point during his visit to Galway for a children’s festival in the late 1980s. “All they ever hear from them is 'Don’t do this, you can’t do that, be quiet, go to bed, do this, do that, do the other'. This was towards the end of the 'children should be seen and not heard' era.
Play therapy is an approach that uses the power of play to help children resolve a range of emotional, behavioural, and developmental issues.
A child's developmental progress refers to the development of his skills in a number of areas including physical/motor skills, intellectual/mental skills, language skills, social skills, and visual skills.