Sunflower provides children with a powerful box of tools to help them perform their best and cope with whatever life throws at them.
We have put together some advice to help families feel good over winter.
Sunflower's five steps to calm are a useful tool when family life gets a bit tense.
We're always trying to keep our children safe from outside dangers, but how much time do we spend thinking about their health from the inside?
There are two types of stress: positive stress called eustress, which stimulates individuals to do and achieve things in life, and negative stress known as distress.
'Our son David has Autism. Until he reached 14 months of age, David was a very sociable little boy who met all the usual developmental milestones, thereafter he slowly retreated into his own world.'
I hear so many children use the words ‘I can’t.’ Well, it’s my belief that you can; it’s just about finding the right methods to help children believe this too.
Every parent wants their child to be happy and healthy but to really put a spring in your child’s step we need to get their body-basics right first.
The importance of 5 a-day and drinking plenty of water is loud and clear, but what do you do if your child point-blank refuses to eat certain foods? Our Sunflower practitioners spill the beans ...