Child Care News for Parents & Carers
June 6, 2018
Welcome, this week the amazing benefits of music for children in care and strategies for successfully co-parenting after separation.
Why music is important for children in care
Whether a child is practising how to hold a maraca or hold a tune, music is a wonderful way to entertain youngsters and encourage their development.

It's noisy, it's fun and on a more serious note, music helps children to think in new ways, practice language skills, practice motor skills, learn about emotions, and follow routines.
18 ways to co-parent after a separation
According to the Raising Children Network, 21 per cent of Aussie children have a parent living elsewhere and although a relationship breakdown brings emotional upheaval and changes to life as everyone knew it, it is possible to move forward together with a positive family dynamic.

Here we look at ways that parents can set aside their differences, focus on their child and co-parent successfully after separation.
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