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Is your teen depressed or just “down”?

The pandemic has us all living a "new normal" that limits opportunities for social interaction. For teens, this can be especially difficult. Watch them for signs of depression.
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The Case for Online Psychoeducational Assessments

Online tools offer a viable solution to the troubling gaps in mental health services. The BFDC is a leader in offering online psychoeducational assessments.
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BFDC Now Offers Sounds-Write

Sounds-Write is a first phonics programme. It is an excellent intervention for kids at all year levels who have fallen behind in their reading and spelling.
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Does my child have a tic?

Repeated blinking, sniffing, head tossing, finger cracking and eye rolling are common types of motor tics among children. There are effective behavioral interventions that reduce or eliminate tics.
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Dr. Ken Fung, Hong Kong Living Influencer Finalist

The BFDC is very proud to announce that Dr. Fung has been selected by Hong Kong Living as a finalist in the category of Health and Wellness.
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The Problem with Mouth Breathing

Constant mouth breathing can cause speech disorders, dental problems, enlarged adenoids and tonsils, and change the shape of the face. By Stephanie Eber, Speech Pathologist.
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Speech Therapy for Children with Down Syndrome

With support from a Speech Pathologist, children with Down Syndrome will see improvements in speech and language skills, as well as feeding and swallowing.
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The ‘Covid slide’: is lockdown causing your children’s education to fall behind?

There has been a growing discussion among parents of a possible “Covid slide”. What can you do about it? By BFDC Managing Director, Henrik Hoeg.
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Anger as a Sign of Learning Difficulties

Tantrums and meltdowns typically subside in kids after the age of 7 years. If your child does not seem to be gaining emotional maturity, it may be a sign of...
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