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maternity-care-options

Professor Sue Kruske writes about the work of the Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies.

safety-issues

Philippa Macken writes about how parents can help to keep their infant free from harm.

hitting-the-right-note

Margaret Langdon reports on the wonderful work of Dr Catherine Crock and the Hush Music Foundation.

dealing-with-disasters

Professor Brett McDermott writes about helping children after the event.

sound-foundation

Peter Hadfield explains how young people are being inspired through the power of music.

toys-for-all

With a variety of resources aimed at children's different developmental stages, toy libraries offer lots of fun at little cost, writes Anlina Jones.

a-happy-tale

Richard Lord, CEO of Assistance Dogs Australia, writes about the ways in which dogs help people with special needs.

lift-off

Marcus Leslie writes about an initiative encouraging a love of movement and physical activity in children.

books-about-grieving

Born in New Zealand and now living in Queensland, teacher and single mother of four Niki Burton has created a series of picture books to help children, parents and families deal with grief.

epilepsy-awareness

Helen Whitehead, CEO of Epilepsy Queensland Inc., looks at how the condition can affect a child's everyday life, and what we can do to help.

thats-the-spirit

Kokoda Challenge Association CEO Samantha Klintworth looks at how young people can reach their potential.

grass-is-greener

Wellington Point author Alyssa Mulholland, aged nine, says her recently published lift-the-flap book Who's In The Grass? just came out of her head.

easing-the-way

Baby Bridges founder Geraldine McKinnon looks at how the program helps parents of young children with disabilities.

addressing-anxiety

Psychologist and BRAVE-Online project manager Dr Bianca Berry writes about an initiative helping children with social anxiety.

focusing-on-autism

Professor Jacqueline Roberts reports on measures being taken to assist people with autism in Queensland.

youthful-interactions

Sharon Worboys reports on a childcare centre located alongside an aged-care facility, which is benefiting young and old.

separation-education

Vicki Englund reports on new trials of single-sex classes in State schools.

changing-minds

Vicki Englund reports on trial programs helping children's brain development and wellbeing.

queensland-floods-appeal-2013-media-release

Flood-affected Queenslanders whose homes were uninhabitable can now apply for assistance funding from the Queensland Floods Appeal 2013.

kidsafe-queensland-home-safety-after-the-floods

Prepared by Kidsafe Queensland and Professor John Pearn, Senior Paediatrician RCH

bonding-over-babies

Vicki Englund writes about the value of mothers' groups.

fostering-futures

Foster care can be both tough and rewarding, writes Vicki Englund.

a-better-start-to-learning

Breakfast clubs are helping to address a need in some of Brisbane's schools, writes Anne Lynch.

protective-program

The Adopt-a-Cop program is bringing local police officers and schoolchildren together for education and community building, with positive results, writes Amanda Sanderson.

wake-up-call

Families are being urged to get fire-smart and avoid potential tragedy in the home, writes Amanda Sanderson.

playgrounds-for-all

Brisbane City Council wants to make the city's playgrounds accessible and enjoyable for all children, writes Amanda Sanderson.

of-birth-and-books

Innovative support programs are helping teenage parents to finish school and care for their children, writes Amanda Sanderson.

kindergarten-in-queensland

Amanda Sanderson reports on early-childhood education initiatives.



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