Coronavirus means Year 12 students nationwide are preparing for a very different year.
Psychologist Collett Smart discusses how you can help your child thrive in their last year of school during COVID-19.
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Children can reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave and move (like crawling, walking or jumping) at different times and still be considered normal.
We talk to Dr David Hartshorn to find out more.
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