Items tagged with 'Child well-being'

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What is Parental Alienation? It occurs when a relationship breaks down, a parent tries to make the child turn away from the other parent. This is because one parent wants total control over the child...
Save the Children has published the third report in the framework of Stop the War on Children campaign. This report elaborates on the dangers and difficulties children face in war zones and how they...
TBILISI, Georgia — Story time has moved into the virtual realm in Georgia, where dads are stepping up to the new parenting challenges faced by families self-isolating amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “By...
As the coronavirus spreads around the world, an increasing number of countries are deciding to close their schools and opt for remote learning. As of 16 March, Hungarian children have also been...
Being a child or working with them is always full of surprises. Thanks to their natural curiosity, they want to know everything and use questions to explore the world. A professional needs to be...
The first MOOC to teach the ground-breaking science of positive psychology, which explores the roots of a happy and meaningful life. Students will engage with some of the most provocative and...
A survey shows that in the UK, 75% of 8,500 parents have co-slept with their baby at some point. Co-sleeping, especially under dangerous circumstances, increases the risk of sudden infant death...
The Lullaby Trust has released findings from a survey of more than 8,500 parents which show that: 76% have co-slept with their baby at some point; and over 40% admitted to having done so in dangerous...
Adults can help teenagers remain calm and stay focused on their ability to prevent the coronavirus. Teenagers are especially sensitive to the current situation, and we have collected five points to...
Barnardo’s Scotland new report "Supervision in Education – Healthier School for All" asserted that children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing will be better if we support the education...

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