Professor Sue Kruske writes about the work of the Queensland Centre for Mothers & Babies.
Philippa Macken writes about how parents can help to keep their infant free from harm.
Margaret Langdon reports on the wonderful work of Dr Catherine Crock and the Hush Music Foundation.
Professor Brett McDermott writes about helping children after the event.
Peter Hadfield explains how young people are being inspired through the power of music.
With a variety of resources aimed at children's different developmental stages, toy libraries offer lots of fun at little cost, writes Anlina Jones.
Richard Lord, CEO of Assistance Dogs Australia, writes about the ways in which dogs help people with special needs.
Marcus Leslie writes about an initiative encouraging a love of movement and physical activity in children.
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.
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.
Kokoda Challenge Association CEO Samantha Klintworth looks at how young people can reach their potential.
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.
Baby Bridges founder Geraldine McKinnon looks at how the program helps parents of young children with disabilities.
Psychologist and BRAVE-Online project manager Dr Bianca Berry writes about an initiative helping children with social anxiety.
Professor Jacqueline Roberts reports on measures being taken to assist people with autism in Queensland.
Sharon Worboys reports on a childcare centre located alongside an aged-care facility, which is benefiting young and old.
Vicki Englund reports on new trials of single-sex classes in State schools.
Vicki Englund reports on trial programs helping children's brain development and wellbeing.
Flood-affected Queenslanders whose homes were uninhabitable can now apply for assistance funding from the Queensland Floods Appeal 2013.
Prepared by Kidsafe Queensland and Professor John Pearn, Senior Paediatrician RCH
Vicki Englund writes about the value of mothers' groups.
Foster care can be both tough and rewarding, writes Vicki Englund.
Breakfast clubs are helping to address a need in some of Brisbane's schools, writes Anne Lynch.
The Adopt-a-Cop program is bringing local police officers and schoolchildren together for education and community building, with positive results, writes Amanda Sanderson.
Families are being urged to get fire-smart and avoid potential tragedy in the home, writes Amanda Sanderson.
Brisbane City Council wants to make the city's playgrounds accessible and enjoyable for all children, writes Amanda Sanderson.
Innovative support programs are helping teenage parents to finish school and care for their children, writes Amanda Sanderson.
Amanda Sanderson reports on early-childhood education initiatives.