Child Care News for Parents & Carers
August 19, 2020
Welcome, this week how to develop a successful child care strategy while you are pregnant and Generation Alpha, who they are and how they are different from previous generations.
Planning for child care while pregnant
Pregnancy is an exciting time, and while you're making a birth plan and choosing a pram, it's also important to think about your future child care needs.

You might be intending to care for your infant full-time, going back to work soon after they're born, or looking for some help here and there, and whatever your expectations, a little planning goes a long way.

Parental leave needs to be organised in advance, some child care services have long waiting lists and quality nannies are in high demand, so here are a few child care considerations before your baby arrives.
The growing influence of Generation Alpha
Generation Alpha includes all children born between 2010 and 2024, and although you might not know as much about this group as the Baby Boomers, Generation X and the Millennials, they're a force to be reckoned with!

By 2025, it's expected that there will be 2.2 billion Alphas around the world, making them the largest generation ever.

To explain the current exploits of our Alpha children and forecast their future, McCrindle has put together a social research paper called Understanding Generation Alpha, which we're summarising here.
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