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  • Food Refresher for Aged Care

    The chef had been here nearly 20 years and he was doing things the same way the day he left as the day he started and he couldn’t see an issue with that.

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  • How to Encourage an Aspiring Young Writer

    Does your child love to write? How can you encourage her passion without turning writing into a chore?

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  • Temperature May be a Key in Elderly Health

    Research from the University of Wollongong (UOW) has shown that indoor temperatures in aged care homes could dramatically alter the wellbeing of residents, particularly those with dementia.

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  • Dear Son

    Today I wish I could go back. I wish I could go back and hold you as an infant. I wish I could smell your skin and rock you just a little longer. I wish I could be still and feel that moment just one more time.

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  • Here’s How to Make Grocery Shopping Fun … and Educational for Your Child

    Here’s How to Make Grocery Shopping Fun … and Educational for Your Child

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  • 6 Things to Keep in Mind When Raising Girls

    When we talk about gender today, we see it as a number of continuums,” Steve says. “There are kids all over that continuum. But still the generalisations work pretty well for 90 percent of kids.

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  • Why You Should Hug Your Kids When They’re Being Horrible

    Because our kids learn better with love, than with punishment. A hug and a chat about what is going on will get a better response than yelling and punishment.

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  • It’s Ok to Say No to Playing with Your Child

    A parent writes that she’s struggling with her 5-year-old’s demands to play with her. This mom says that although she understands the theory of Janet’s parenting approach, she has difficulty putting it into practice in the moment, and she finds herself getting frustrated and being unkind. “She irritates me, and I feel absolutely terrible for admitting that!

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  • Spy Style Walking Stick May Keep the Elderly Safe

    James Bond had a ring with a camera inside it. Inspector Gadget had a bowler’s hat with an extendable propeller. Maxwell Smart had a shoe phone. And now Australia’s seniors could be getting about using a walking stick with GPS tracking, an alarm and wi-fi connection.

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  • Spending Time in Natural Playgrounds

    Take a few moments and envision a playground in your area. What does it look like? If you live in the United States, it’s likely brightly colored with climbing structures, slides and swings over a turf bottom. It’s enticing for children, sure, but it could also be described as “built” or “man-made.” Rarely does anything about playgrounds appear natural at all.

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