Child Care News for Parents & Carers
July 7, 2021
Welcome, this week meet the winner of the $10k child care giveaway, also tips from St John Ambulance Queensland on how you can educate and empower your child to know how to respond in the case of an accident.
The Sydney mum who's won $10k worth of child care!
Earlier this year, gave families the chance to win $10,000 worth of free child care.

Thank you to all who entered, and we're now very pleased to announce that Sydney mum, Melanie Uymatiao, has scooped the prize.

Her two-year-old daughter, Zoe, attends Only About Children in Brookvale, and to see what this win means for the Uymatiao family, we spoke with Melanie herself.
Teaching first aid skills to children
Injuries and illness can strike at any time, and during childhood, many youngsters require first aid treatment when something serious happens.

Research by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has found that the most common cause of hospitalised injury amongst children is a fall of some type, such as from playground equipment. Injuries due to thermal causes (such as scalds from hot liquids), drowning and accidental poisoning are also particular causes for concern in children under the age of four.

When children do run into trouble, there are often siblings or classmates around, and when parents experience health problems, it's also common for children to be first on the scene.
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