Child Care Industry News
October 2, 2018
Welcome, this week Sue McLaren from Curtin University explains the connection between a child's motor development and their social and emotional health, and an easier way to manage food allergies for early childhood services.
Making the Connection
In this article Sue McLaren, Director and Research Coordinator of the Animal Fun Program, at Curtin University discusses the connection between a child's motor development and their social and emotional health. Sue has a social science background and has 20 years of experience working with children and families. She has a keen interest in children with special needs and the benefits of early intervention.

The first year of life sees incredible development – from a new born infant who is reliant on others to meet all their needs to the inquisitive toddler – moving and exploring independently.
An easier way to manage food allergies
Maintaining best practice standards when it comes to managing food allergies can be a life or death situation for early childhood services. A new look food allergen portal will hopefully make this important task easier and more straightforward.

The relaunched portal is the result of a collaboration between industry, consumer and government stakeholders and offers a wide range of information and resources on managing allergens in food.
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