Child Care Industry News
October 16, 2018
Welcome, this week five reasons why families leave their early childhood service, and meet our Educator in the Spotlight, Martina Dunkel from Kindoo! It's National Carers Week (14-20 October) a time to celebrate the tireless work of unpaid carers.
5 reasons why families leave a service
The ideal scenario for early childhood providers must surely be the situation where a family signs up their six month old baby and stays in the service until that same child is five and ready to start school. This is great for children as it means continuity of environment and care and creates the sort of routine and stability that pre-schoolers crave and thrive on.

However, as you would be aware, many families choose to leave their early childhood service, and while this is sometimes related to a house relocation or vacancy opening up in a more geographically convenient service, there are other business-related factors which can also weigh into the decision-making process.
Educator in the spotlight Martina Dunkel
This week we are proud to introduce Martina Dunkel, founder of Kindoo! Family Flexible Care in Ferntree Gully, Victoria. Kindoo! Offers a wrap-around early childhood service which enables parents to build a program of care which meets their unique needs.

Which centre do you work in? How many staff and children are in the centre?

I work at Kindoo! Family Flexible Care in Ferntree Gully, Vic where our licensing capacity is currently 44 and we have 5 staff.
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