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Understanding anger and supporting children to manage it constructively

In their development and growth, children often find themselves in stressful circumstances.  Frustration is a challenging and critical component in a child's developmental growth, which if not overcome, will often manifest itself in outbursts of anger. We live in a culture where so much emphasis is placed on performance, achievement and on delivering quick results. […]

The Faces of Child Abuse

Words by Daniela Farrugia Camoin BA, MA Youth and Community Studies and Personal Performance Coach Founder of Positive Parenting Strategies Child maltreatment is certainly not a new phenomenon.  Unfortunately it has existed since the beginning of recorded history.  Even more unfortunate is that it is on the rise across the globe.  We often associate child […]

Building a Safety Net

This article was written by Andrew Azzopardi, consultant for ibrowsesafely.com.mt, Vodafone Malta Foundation Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat….the list of social media sites is already very long and as time goes on, it is bound to get longer. Parents need to involve themselves in their children’s online lives to help guide their progeny through the ever-changing cyber-world. MCA’s […]

Communication in families

Words by Steve Libreri – Social Worker and Parent Coach Communication within the family is nowadays an important consideration. In an era of technology which is supposedly intended to eradicate all potential barriers to communication, communication breakdown sounds like quite a paradox. However, the frequency of reports and complaints by parents and caregivers about their […]

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Baby Swimming – The Many Benefits

Swimming classes with mum or dad are a fun activity promoting bonding and attachment and providing a great multi-sensory experience. It is also extremely rewarding for any parent to watch their child’s progression and enjoyment. The benefits of regular baby swimming are many: 1. Water awareness, confidence and lifesaving skills – Lessons teach respect for water […]