The Kids Are All Right! wellness podcast hits the airwaves

The Kids Are All Right! wellness podcast hits the airwaves

By Hayden Moore

A NEW health, happiness and wellness podcast called The Kids Are All Right! has officially hit the airwaves and is targeted at helping children through some of the uncertainties of life today.

The team behind the child-centric podcast, some of whom are local, want to help get the best advice straight from experts directly to the kids through their fun-filled episodes.

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The Kids Are All Right!

Covering everything from coronavirus to sleep, dealing with worries, building self-confidence to healthy eating and bullying, The Kids Are All Right! is focusing on anything and everything that affects kids’ sense of happiness and wellness.

Citywest boy Robert Mockler (12) is set to be featured later on in the series talking about Developmental Language Disorder (DLD), a hidden condition which affects one in every 14 children and adults.

He is also set to be given the accolade of the show’s first ‘Super Kid’ for all the work he did throughout 2020 highlighting DLD through The Echo, The Irish Times, and a presentation he gave to his classmates on International DLD Day in October last.

As host Michelle Connolly visits a new guest each episode, she is joined by her trusty puppet co-hosts Buster and Buddy.

Lucan’s Claire O’Sullivan and Knocklyon’s Roy Grimson are involved in the production as assistant producers, co-writers and lend their voices to the show too.

“We encourage parents to listen to The Kids Are All Right! with their kids in the car as a handy conversation starter and so they can pick up valuable advice to support their kids build a happy and healthy life and develop a resilient mindset to negotiate their way through the unavoidable bumps in the road,” said Michelle, who  produced the podcast.

The Kids Are All Right! launched this week with three episodes already live on all streaming platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and more.

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