Child Care Industry News
November 20, 2018
Welcome, this week a KidsMatter contribution on the important role of early childhood educators in helping young children build strong mental health foundations and the campaign seeking to address disrespect towards women and girls. PLUS, an awesome new enhancement to maximise the impact of photos on your profile.
At we're always busy brainstorming ways to better showcase our community of amazing early childhood services and help you to connect to families who are looking for child care.

Recently, we've been considering how to more effectively use images to help services promote their facilities via their profile page and we've come up with an innovative new approach for our Premium and Enterprise customers.

To maximise the impact of your photos, we've now positioned the photos at the top of the full profile page and have made a few small aesthetic changes to improve the overall look and feel of the page.

Your photos are showcased and appear as a scrolling gallery offering parents valuable insights to the facilities on offer at your service.

Given the photos are now front and centre of your full profile page we're encouraging all our Premium and Enterprise customers to take a quick look at their profile and check to make sure all the photos are current, look great and highlight the major selling points of your service (optimal image size is 1600px wide x 1048px high at 72dpi).

As always our amazing support team are on standby to help with photo updates or to assist you with any questions or comments you may have.
Mental health advice for early childhood
from KidsMatter
In our society, we understand mental health to be a health concern or illness, and the stigma has impacted on how we seek help or support and respond to others.

KidsMatter offers information, resources, online professional learning and, if an early childhood services signs up, ongoing consultant support to increase community understanding of mental health, reduce stigma and improve mental health outcomes for everyone.
Stop it at the Start
This week, Friday 23 November is White Ribbon Day, a national day of action to end men's violence towards women and a new campaign Stop it at the Start, is working to achieve similar goals as White Ribbon by recognising and reducing violence towards women and girls at the outset, thorough changing disrespectful thinking and language.

Jointly funded by the Australian, state and territory governments the Stop it at the Start campaign encourages all adults – parents, family members, teachers, early childhood educators coaches, employers, community leaders, and other role models – to think about the impact of what they say and do and talk to young children.
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Our Premium and Enterprise services will increase parent enquiries to your child care business
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