As always, it’s been a busy last couple of months on the work front for me. Biggest news is that I have submitted what I hope to be my last ever assignments, and my lecturer has just emailed me to let me know that I passed both! WOOT! WOOT! Crack...
In this stinky topic, Dr Megs takes a look at the very undesirable behaviour known as “poo-smearing” (otherwise known as Scatolia). If you are a parent who has a child who does this (or knows someone who does) – you want to read this article or at least pass it on.
G'day all!! So these last few weeks have been super-crazy busy, and I have been running very thin on time to write new blog posts. Today, I thought I’d whip up something really quick around an article I posted a link to a couple of weeks back about the MMR vaccination...
There is no specific medical test that can be ordered to diagnose ASD. Diagnosis is made by a thorough clinical history, observations of the child in different environments and evaluation of their development (particularly communication and social abilities) through various clinical tools and assessments.
A complex and emotional topic for many people. Dr Megs tries to “unpack” all the info about this diagnosis for parents in a practical way.