Child Care Industry News November 24, 2015 -®
Child Care Industry News
November 24, 2015
Welcome, it's our last issue for the year. Hard to believe that's another year gone.

Struggling to manage your waitlist applications? We can help… read this week's article and learn how to take advantage of our bespoke waitlisting service. Also the reasons why you should be including more music in your program and some easy cost effective suggestions on how to do it.
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We hope you are enjoying the new website and making the most of the added functionality and profile enhancements.

On top of the state of the art design and improved user interface the new website includes full use of our bespoke waitlist service. There is no cost to parents or providers.

In response to feedback from providers and families we are offering access to this valuable resource to streamline the waitlisting process and make it easier for providers to fill vacancies and communicate with parents looking for care.

Parents often grumble to us about how difficult it is to keep track of multiple waitlist applications. Our waitlisting resource resolves this challenge by enabling parents to manage all their applications in one centralised location through their dashboard login.
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The power of music:
stimulating children's brain development
part 2
By Galina Zenin, Music & Early Childhood Consultant
A study examining the use of apps and tablets among preschoolers has found that while they can foster play and creativity parents and carers should be selective about the apps they make available to children.

The research, which included a survey of more than 2000 parents and carers, was conducted by the universities of Sheffield and Edinburgh, CBeebies, children's media industry partners Dubit and Foundling Bird and Monteney Primary School, Sheffield.

Principal investigator Professor Jackie Marsh, of the University of Sheffield's School of Education, said that while the use of apps and tablets by preschoolers can be very productive and foster a wide range of play and creativity, they need to be chosen carefully.
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Happy holidays
from Roxanne, Mark and the team
This is our final issue for the year and as such we'd like to take the opportunity to say a huge thank you for your continued support and encouragement over the past 12 months.

For us the highlight of 2015 has been the launch of the brand new website.

Complete with a gorgeous interface and a host of new functions our new website has been designed to make it even easier for parents to find early childhood education and care and for providers to showcase their service.

We also celebrated the second year of the new look, Australia's only dedicated jobs board for the early childhood sector and the expansion of Care Corporate, the premier destination for Australian organisations seeking a better way of caring for employees while doing business.

In 2015 more than 3 million Australian families visited the website to source and secure high quality child care and our position as Australia's most comprehensive child care resource remains firm.

From everyone here at we wish you a happy and peaceful holiday season and we look forward to working with you in 2016.
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