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Jul

How Childcare Centre Can Help Reduce the Increasing Rates of Myopia in our Pre-School Aged Children

Posted on July 23 2024 Categories: ,

Across the world, medical statistics suggest that myopia (sometimes called ‘short-sightedness’ or ‘near-sightedness’) in pre-school age children is rapidly increasing. As a childcare centre, we sometimes see very real evidence of this. In fact, Western Australia has the highest number of diagnoses of myopia in the country. A childcare centre and the alarming statistics behind myopia In the USA, about...

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May

Immunisation Policies at The Childcare Centre

Posted on May 29 2024 Categories: ,

Although this subject has been widely reported and discussed since at least 2017, spending a few words restating the current law and providers’ policies in this area is worthwhile. For all childcare centre providers, this is a critically important subject. Childcare centre – not medically qualified Childcare centres may have first-aid capabilities but please remember that they are not qualified...

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May

How Early Childhood Care and Education Deal With Hyperactivity

Posted on May 15 2024 Categories: , ,

Younger children get excited and can struggle to control their emotions. That’s perfectly normal and a typically charming part of childhood growth and development. However, in early childhood care and education, hyperactivity in children is sometimes witnessed or at least suspected. Early childhood care and education – Children Have Energy The amount of energy preschool-age children appear to have can...

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