Child Care News for Parents & Carers
October 3, 2018
Welcome, this week how to make post-child care mealtimes easier after a long day at work and in Sleep Awareness Week, 1-7 October, we take a look at the sleep and rest requirements of young children.
13 ways to make mealtimes easier after child care
Learn and Laugh operate six child care centres across Sydney and one deliciously innovative idea – a dinner service for busy families.

This means that parents can pick up wholesome takeaway meals when they collect their child from care, and the freshly-made dinners aren't just nutritious and tasty – they're cheap too.

Priced at just $5 per box, the meals come in kid-friendly options, like spaghetti bolognese and chicken stir fry, and they've been a big hit with parents as well.
What are the sleep needs of young children?
1 to 7 October is Sleep Awareness Week and although this year's focus is on the role of caffeine in our society, it's also a great opportunity to think about the sleep needs of younger Australians.

To understand why sleep is so important for children and determine how much downtime youngsters actually need, we sought the advice of Professor Sarah Blunden, Head of Paediatric Sleep Research and Clinical Psychologist at CQUniversity in South Australia.
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