Children with Incontinence

  Children with Incontinence The Continence Foundation of Australia says that three to five percent of children between five to 17 have a daytime wetting problem. Daytime bedwetting is more common in girls, and night-time bedwetting is more common in boys. While these can improve with age, children don’t always grow out of it. There
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Caring for your children’s teeth

    Caring for your children’s teeth Research by The Royal Children’s Hospital National Child Health Poll has found that Parents are confused about dental care for their children. One in three Australian children do not brush their teeth twice a day and one in ten have had at least one decayed tooth pulled out
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ADHD

  ADHD and ADD Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder of the neurodevelopmental type. It affects children and can also affect some adults. We are often asked how do we know if my child has ADHD or ADD? There are things to look out for – Children as a whole are easily
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Complete Children’s Health Website Launch!

Complete Children’s Health is excited to announce our new, refreshed website. The update makes navigation easier, so you and your family can find what you need faster than ever! You can now view galleries from our Moonee Ponds and Keilor practices. And you can now explore the biographies of our amazing doctors. We would like to
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Secret Agent Society

Raising a child with an Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) can be both very rewarding and extremely challenging. Children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome often find it difficult to understand their own emotions and those of others, to express their feelings in appropriate ways and make friends. The Secret Agent Society (SAS) social skills program creates a fun, non-threatening
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