Sunscreen. It’s been a hot topic of late.Read more
When American mothers wrapped their hair in red bandannas, hiked up their overalls and went to work on assembly lines during the Second World War their children were cared for in day-care centres.Read more
"I remember aspects of my pre-parent self that are so divorced from my current self I am constantly left to wonder... who am I, versus who was I? Am I still the same person? I’m not sure what or who I am anymore. Everything has changed. It seriously begs the question... who am I now that I am a parent?"Read more
Terry Page studies full-time and works up to 15 hours a week as a hairdresser but will struggle to pay medical and sporting bills for son, when she is transferred from the parenting payment to the lesser Newstart payment, in April.Read more
Did you know that children who received quality early learning received better NAPLAN results in an Australian study?
This is the second part of Associate Professor Susan Krieg's blog piece for The Parenthood.Read more
What I'm tired of is Dads not feeling that they can speak up, leave work early to pick up the kids from day-care or school. I'm tired of the rigid structures in our workplaces that assume men won't take time off work when the kids are sick.
Associate Professor Susan Krieg from Flinders University tells us some key factors of a quality early learning centre.
What should you be looking for when choosing a day care centre for your child?
Associate Professor Susan Krieg from Flinders University tells us some key factors of a quality early learning centre.Read more
When I chose to use childcare, the Government of the time supported me. I was not afraid to make decisions about a gradual return to the workforce.Read more
“I’ve worked in many preschools and kindergartens in extremely underprivileged areas so I seen how children can benefit by attending day care to learn skills such as how to eat healthy, how to brush their teeth, and language skills.”