A quick note about why that CAPTCHA test is now required to log in:
On Friday afternoon I noticed that we were getting more failed login attempts than is normal. Rather than it being a simple-yet-unusual coincidence, we deduced that it was an automated script (read: robot) that was trying to gain access.
“We are what we eat”.
That is to say, the food we eat is absorbed by our bodies and therefore becomes part of us. But it is not only our bodies and our physical health that is affected by what we eat, but also our brains and central nervous system. While researching my book Happy Mealtimes For Kids, I learnt a lot. I thought I might share some of this with you.
Foster carers look after some of the UK’s most vulnerable children. They have to have strength of character and love in their heart to do so, but fostering is also about having real skills to look after these children. The skills that are needed evolve over time, and foster carers need to work extremely hard at developing their knowledge in areas that they may never have come across before so that they can tackle new issues with confidence.
When I was growing up the average person had never heard of ADHD, autism, Asperger's syndrome, bipolar disorder, attachment disorder, conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, development delay, specific learning difficulties, or any of the conditions which now seem to be endemic in our children.