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considering-the-alternatives

Sean Mooney reports on a research facility looking at women's use of different forms of healthcare during pregnancy.

safety-issues

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

arts-for-all

Sean Mooney reports on a performing-arts program offering opportunities for children with disabilities.

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.

youth-at-the-centre

Lord Mayor Clover Moore reports on the City of Sydney's interactions with young people.

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.

play-time

Playgroup NSW CEO Sandy Kervin explains how the organisation connects communities and provides fun experiences for children.

child-friendly-cities

Sean Mooney reports on a program focusing on young people in urban areas.

understanding-epilepsy

Carol Ireland and Lisa Todd look at epilepsy and how it affects children and their families.

caring-relationships

Tina Napier, Kinship Care Regional Project coordinator, looks at what it means to be a kinship carer and what support is available to them.

a-start-with-spark

Sean Mooney reports on a program that is reaching out to refugee school children and their families.

sydney-on-stage

Sean Mooney reports on the state of play of theatre for young people.

kids-on-board

Sean Mooney reports on a new form of philanthropic fund.

the-power-of-xpression

Sean Mooney reports on a program using creative therapies to help children affected by traumatic experiences.

take-us-to-your-readers

Sean Mooney writes about a factory that's cranking the cogs of kids' creativity.

every-student-every-school

Sean Mooney reports on a new government-funding model for supporting schoolchildren with special needs.

pillars-of-strength

Sean Mooney reports on a program helping fathers deal with distress and grief.

care-card

Sean Mooney writes about a reporting system helping victims of domestic violence.

for-young-and-old

Sean Mooney reports on playgroups that are bringing generations together.

music-to-our-years

Interactive technology is taking music teaching in schools to new and wider horizons, reports Sean Mooney.

from-free-to-fee

Sean Mooney reports on the introduction of charges for government-run preschools.

owning-the-future

Young people are taking leadership roles in the quest for sustainability, writes Sean Mooney.

writes-of-passage

Ever wondered what it takes to become a published author? Sydneysider and first-time author Tracey Brady takes us on her rocky journey from idea to printed page.

flame-and-fortune

Jonas Dowson, an 11-year-old boy from western Sydney, published his first self-illustrated book, Meteor Man, last month.

extended-family

Mentorship programs have benefits for both the children and adults involved, reports Sean Mooney.

supporting-roles

Help is at hand for grandparents who become primary carers of their grandchildren, reports Sean Mooney.

making-connections

Sean Mooney writes about playgroups catering to the needs of children with autism spectrum disorders or ASD-like symptoms, and their carers.

turning-lives-around

The Benevolent Society's Shaping Brains pilot program aims to make sure that kids who have had disadvantages in the past have a future, writes Sean Mooney.

a-supportive-alliance

Sean Mooney reports on the current services of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance, formerly The Spastic Centre of NSW.



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