Child Care Industry News
November 8, 2016
Welcome, this week tips and tricks for maximising the appeal of your profile and some interesting new research about children who are fussy feeders.
Make the most out of your profile
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Your service profile is the single most important tool you have for advertising your service to parents. Spending some time getting your profile right and highlighting your points of difference on is very important.

Ensuring your vacancy information and contact details are current makes it more likely that you will fill vacancies as and when they arise. Services with Premium or Enterprise subscriptions have the added benefit of being able to include logos, photos and even short videos on their profiles.

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Could food refusal have a genetic link?
Early childhood education and care providers work with young children everyday and are very familiar with the various forms of food refusal and pickiness that some children have and the relative ease with which other children taste and accept new food.

Indeed, many early childhood settings proactively work to address these food aversions by offering a wide variety of foods with interesting textures, flavours and aromas in their menus.

New research from the University College London suggests that toddler's fussy eating habits are mainly the result of genetic influences rather than the result of poor parenting.
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