Grow your repertoire of strategies to support children who have a serious medical or health condition, including mental health.

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  ​ The language we use when talking to and about children and each other can impact a person’s sense of belonging and their experience of the
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  ​   The relationship between a child and educator is paramount to children’s felt safety, emotional regulation and overall wellbeing at
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Are you looking to learn more about Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to better support children and families in your service? Allplay learn
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  Needing a gastrointestinal tube or button can be confusing for a child. This guide for children, developed by the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer
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  Ben the bear and his other belly button is a children's story created by medical nutrition specialists, Nutrica Education. The story focuses on
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Strong relationships with families play a vital role in supporting children with health issues in education and care. This article from Starting Blocks
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Under the National Quality Framework, it is important all children attending education and care have their safety, health and wellbeing needs met. For
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Be You, a national mental health in education initiative, has outlined ways educators can help build resilience in children who are experiencing
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In your role as an educator, you may often notice shifts in children's behaviour and mood. There are a number of ways you can support children
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Explore the Be You website, find out about social development and behaviour, learn how you can understand behaviours, respond compassionately and help