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Parents of a baby being born premature or sick are at increased risk of post-natal depression, anxiety and PTSD.  This life-changing and traumatic experience touches the lives of the entire family unit. In 2021 The Impact Institute conducted an independent study… Continue Reading >

National Volunteer Week: Hundreds of Red Nose volunteers helping families through the pain of stillbirth and child loss as our Treasured Babies program turns 20

Today (16 May) marks the start of National Volunteer Week and Red Nose is sending thanks to our almost 1000 volunteers – including the many involved in our Treasured Babies program. The Treasured Babies Program began in 2002 as an… Continue Reading >

Helping Families After a Flood

This content has been published with permission from Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organisation behind Sesame Street. ©/TM 2022 Sesame Workshop. All Rights Reserved.   You have each other. You bring your child comfort and make him feel safe. Your love helps… Continue Reading >

Separation anxiety: An essential guide for parents

Media kindly brought to you by Goodstart Early Learning   Nervous about your child starting at an early learning centre or kindergarten? Many parents are. Below are some tips from a psychologist, to ensure it’s a smooth transition for your… Continue Reading >

Suggestions to Support your Children as they Transition Back to School

Some families have coped more successfully than others with the disruption and change COVID issued in. Mattson Newell, a director for Partners in Leadership, a Fortune 500 Company, realised that the most successful people displayed a quality not covered by IQ… Continue Reading >

How the Media is Causing Bullying and Mental Health Problems for our Children

Stereotypes are so often taken for granted and so engrained that we assume they are a real construct. When we see stereotypes in media, advertising and marketing it reinforces them further and perpetuates them in a never ending cycle. Stereotypes… Continue Reading >

Quick and Simple Activities for the Kids

All day every day all I hear is “Come and play with me!!!!”  *repeat for eternity. Do you hear the same thing? Then you must be the parent of some small humans just like me. All around the world families… Continue Reading >

Summer Holiday Routines for Families

Summer holidays are a time to enjoy the break from the regular school routine with your family. We all need some downtime, especially after the Christmas rush and the manic end to the school year! While holidays can be fantastic,… Continue Reading >

Sesame Workshop Introduces New Sesame Street Muppet and Announces Special to Celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander Communities and the Power of Belonging

Featuring new Korean American character Ji-Young and an all-star lineup of celebrity guests, See Us Coming Together debuts on multiple platforms in Australia on Friday, November 25. Sesame Workshop today announced a new family special celebrating the rich diversity of… Continue Reading >

Sesame Workshop Launches New Resources as Part of Continued Commitment to Autistic Children and Their Families

Sesame Workshop is expanding its Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children initiative with new resources featuring Julia, a 4-year-old Sesame Street Muppet with autism.  The new resources available at sesamestreet.org/autism are designed to help families create new routines, build flexibility, and cope with… Continue Reading >