New research shows that additives do affect children

A study funded by the government’s Food Standards Agency(FSA) is understood to have drawn a link with temper tantrums and poor concentration. This most recent study only confirms what research commissioned by other organisations such as “Foresight” (The organisation for pre-conceptual care) and The Hyperactive Children’s Support Group (HACSG) have demonstrated for more than 30 Read More


Judge says that family life in the UK is in meltdown

Justice Paul Coleridge, one of the country’s most senior judges has said that Britain is suffering from an epidemic of family breakdown and this is causing misery and social ills at all levels in society. At, last someone with authority had had the courage to speak out putting the needs of children first. Children need Read More


Help for children with dyslexia

Dyslexia is often treated simply by trying to remediate the symptoms ie. difficulties with reading, writing, spelling or spatial awareness, but Dyslexia is a complex problem of neurological origin. There can be several different types/manifestations of Dyslexia affecting primarily phonological processing, visual processing, motor-perceptual skills and or a mixed picture, each type requiring a different Read More