What to expect on your first visit to our clinic – by Dr Jo Martin

In this Blog, one of our Directors, Dr Jo Martin explains how the first visit often works. This is a guide and may help you and your child feel more comfortable.  When a family comes to see me they have been referred by their GP, but often it is not the GP who has directed
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How do you know if your child has language delay?

By the age of three, 75% of most children’s speech is intelligible to unfamiliar people and by around the age of four, all of their speech should be understood.  But what if it’s not? Up to one in five preschool-age children can experience difficulty producing speech sounds correctly, either because they struggle to articulate them
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Winter Food Ideas, by Paediatric Dietitian – Shu-Lin Pook

Shu-Lin works at CCH as our Paediatric Dietitian and Nutritionist. She understands that all children have different nutritional needs and helps families ensure that they are equipped with the necessary knowledge to make the right food choices so that their children will grow well into adulthood. In this Blog Shu-Lin shares some ideas for healthy winter
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Winter is Coming!

Winter is only a couple of weeks away so how can you prevent cold and cough in babies and young children?   Here are few CCH tips: Keep babies under three months old away from people with colds Make sure your child has received all of the recommended immunisations. While they won’t prevent colds, they will
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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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