Our babies are surrounded by rapidly advancing technology. We absorb ever-changing information technology into our lives at a breakneck speed. But many are wondering how this technology affects babies and young children? To read the full article click here.
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About Clare Bridle
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Entries by Clare Bridle
When children grow up to be flourishing adults it is no accident. When they are able to take on responsibility, contribute to their whānau and community and when they are a good friend, partner or parent, it is almost always due to early support. To read the full article, click here.
We talk about research uncovered by our Knowledge Manager – Keryn O’Neill around tamariki and technology, plus we give you some insights into supporting children’s social and emotional development. To read the full review, click here
We look at trauma and children and share research that we hope will bring help bring comfort to family and whānau. To read the full article, click here.
In this article, we have a closer look at teens, and how we as adults can actively assist rangatahi to develop the skills they’ll need to thrive. To read the full article here.
The recent tragedy in Christchurch has touched us all. Our hearts go out to the many people who lost their lives in the terrorist attack, to the injured, to those who lost loved ones, and to all who witnessed the horror. As adults we each deal with these events in different ways, as do our tamariki. […]