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Runaway child’s case puts focus on parental care in UAE


Parents must spend quality time with children and not have unrealistic expectations, experts say. Read the entire article here


Teach children what’s appropriate and inappropriate behaviour from an early age


It’s not enough to warn children about strangers, they should set boundaries even with people they know, psychiatrist says Read entire article here:


Social Media Impact on Children


How the Social Media Like Cell Phones, Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and Instagram, Affecting our children lives. Please click below link to know more about it. http://www.khaleejtimes.com/nation/general/are-cell-phones-stealing-away-your-kids Social Media


Depression, Addiction, Lime light (Celebrity)


Depression-and-addiction-the-price-some-celebrities-pay-for-fame.html Depression and addiction: The price some celebrities pay for fame The death of Robin Williams is another reminder that smiling faces may hide behind serious illnesses. (File photo: Reut


Early intervention to prevent Children Delinquencies


Early intervention to prevent Children Delinquencies http://www.thenational.ae/news/uae-news/social-workers-aim-for-early-intervention-to-tackle-dubai-youth-crime


Child age to be fit for trial


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PTSD In Children


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Dilemma remains for parents of boy expelled from school in Dubai


Dilemma remains for parents of boy expelled from school in Dubai http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/education/dilemma-remains-for-parents-of-boy-expelled-from-school-in-dubai-1.1060769 Expert advises schools to have clear admission policies and proper gu


The National Suicidal Students in the Middle East Need More Help Psychologist


The-national-suicidal-students-in-the-middle-east-need-more-help-psychologist/ The National: Suicidal Students in the Middle East Need More Help: Psychologist September 13th, 2011 As posted in The National, on 11 September, 2011 Zaineb Al Hassani ABU DHAB


Emirati children say they feel neglected


DUBAI // A survey of local children found more than two fifths believed they had been neglected by their families. The survey in Sharjah asked 193 Emirati pupils aged 11 and 12 what they thought was their exposure to various types of abuse. The most signi