All children require care and nurturing, but the amount required can be double or even triple for a child with special needs. Where does that leave the siblings of special-needs kids?
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Award-winning author of adult and kids’ books Phil Burrows explores the many issues facing kids and reading in the modern world.
The NSW Government in Australia has acknowledged the growing demand for creative skills in the digital world, with a cash bonus to encourage children into coding.
Brad Nagle offers an unfiltered view into the rollercoaster ride that is parenthood.
Healing Sounds founder and dad Charles Carpenter advocates the power of music to improve children’s literacy skills.
Introducing the Nail Snail, the quintessential nail-cutter for bubs and kids.
Paisley Park Early Learning Centre, together with chef and host of The Living Room, Miguel Maestre, is tackling childhood obesity head on.
“With her mother being white and her father black, I knew this day might come. I just didn’t expect it to happen this early.” As National Bullying Prevention Month draws to a close, Linell Green calls for an end to the type of bullying that his kindergarten-aged daughter has experienced.
We chew the fat with widower dad Chris Martin, whose blog Just a Dad has struck a chord not only in his native Australia but all over the world.
Australian company iStaySafe have been recognised at the Optus MyBusiness awards for their groundbreaking child safety smartwatch, TicTocTrack.