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Lego therapy supporting kids with additional needs

Lego Kids is an innovative, evidence-based therapy playgroup designed to use children's interest in LEGO® play to develop communication and social skills.

Geelong Swimming Club crowned Victoria’s best

The Geelong Swimming Club (GSC) has been awarded Swimming Victoria’s Club of the Year.

Layers vital to winter warmth

How to layer your baby for winter A common question to midwives by parents with a winter newborn is, “how can I make sure my...

Skirmish for the ages

Hands up whose kids probably spend too much time on video games? What if something akin to a video game was able to be...

Eye spy good health

Will your child’s eye exam be the most important exam they have this year? It’s well known that 80% of what your child learns is...

Swimming is a gift for life

Children are our most precious resource, but every year in Australia we have a number of young children unnecessarily drowning or left with permanent...

Mini Mates for fun and learning

Learning to ride a bike, making friends and experiencing new environments are among Sarah’s many achievements since starting in the Mini Mates program at...

Celebrating kids of all abilities

The team at Kids Plus Foundation is super excited to announce its first-ever Kids+Kites Festival, a colourful family event designed to bring people of...

Jump, slide and bounce into fun

When your kids are “bouncing off the walls” with excess energy, there’s a place you can take them to do exactly that, damage free:...

A caring podiatrist for all ages

Even little bubs before their first birthday get to meet Luke Bertram. So do 90 year olds - and all ages between. And they...

A festival of stories and adventure

Central Geelong’s popular children’s festival Storyfest is back for the 2021 autumn school holidays, April 2-18, 2021. An initiative of Central Geelong Marketing, the 17-day...

The hottest toys and games for Christmas

There are so many new toys and games that have been released in time for the festive season.

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Why birth order matters

Twenty years ago, the mean number of children in a family was three. That number is now two.