05
NOV
2013
anger management

Anger Management with Children

When someone sees a child having a temper tantrum or melt down, it is easy to place the blame solely on bad parenting. While this is sometimes the case, there are often other underlying issues causing the bad behavior. Behavior management is sometimes a viable option for those childre
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05
NOV
2013
dealing with separation

Dealing With Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is common in children at certain ages. They must become quite upset when the mother leaves the home or when they are dropped off at daycare. Though these reactions can be troubling, they generally pass as the child adapts to the situation and become interested in ac
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20
FEB
2013
money

Child Care Wages in Australia

So many parents need the assistance of child care workers who are ready and willing to take on the reality of being responsible for their child/children. Working parents, with children who do not have older siblings in the household or a family member to care for their children while
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30
JAN
2013

Queensland: The Blue Card System

The particular goal of the blue card system is to contribute to the creation of safe and supportive environments for children and young people when receiving professional services as well as taking part in activities which are essential to their development and well-being, such as chi
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