An article in the Herald Sun is encouraging parents to follow the advice of the Raising Children Network and read to their babies from an early age.
Monthly Archives: August 2011
An article on the importance of children’s first years of life has been published in The Australian. In the article, director of the Centre for Community Child Health, Professor Frank Oberklaid says, ‘We know absolutely that learning starts at birth.”
The Victorian State Government has announced further funding to continue state-wide infant hearing screening program.
The Raising Children Network has been awarded ‘Best in Class’ at the Interactive Media Awards.
A study on parent perceptions of child obesity has been published in the International Journal of Pediatric Obesity.The CCCH’s Professor Melissa Wake spoke to the media about the study’s finding.
The next R.E. Ross Trust seminar is on Memory, Attention, Trauma and Learning: translating research into educational practice. Monday 29 August, 2011.
The CCCH and NIFTeY hosted a national conference that explored the place of children on the Australian political agenda.