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Happy World Youth Skills Day!

Happy World Youth Skills Day!

We’re celebrating World Youth Skills Day. The Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to youth unemployment reaching staggering heights. Is it vitally important, now more than ever, to equip our youth with skills that increase their employability and/or assist with...

Substance Abuse Awareness

Substance Abuse Awareness

The current COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc and destruction across the world. The number of fatalities globally stands at more than 3 million cases. Thankfully, many countries have united to fight this pandemic. With the development and rollout of vaccines, the...

Music’s Role in Child Development   

Music’s Role in Child Development   

Happy World Music Day! Music is a big part of our culture and in our everyday lives. We are surrounded by music wherever we go. Music can be found playing in the elevators, on the radio, at your child's theatre class and school events. It also plays an integral part...

Gut Health

Gut Health

Bacteria are often thought of as a source of disease, but in fact there are trillions of beneficial bacteria that live in human body that play an essential role in keeping you healthy. 99% of these good bacteria are found in our gastrointestinal tract and they are...

Global Birding Day

Global Birding Day

8 May 2021 is Global Birding Day – a worldwide initiative to go out and record as many species as possible across the planet. This day is centred on raising awareness for migratory birds and their threats, conservation and fascinating life history patterns. In South...

First Aid and Management Tips for Burns

First Aid and Management Tips for Burns

First Aid First aid is important for stopping the burning process and limiting the damage done to the skin after thermal injury. First aid is 20 minutes of cool (not ice cold ) running water. In a chemical injury copious flushing aids in removal of the chemical agent...

Learning more about food allergies

Learning more about food allergies

Food allergies happen when your body's immune system reacts to something in a food that your body sees as harmful. This sets off a chain reaction within your body and symptoms can occur within minutes of eating the food. The symptoms can be mild, such as a runny nose...

What is autism?

What is autism?

The clinical term for autism is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). According to Autism South Africa, autism is a complex group of neurodevelopmental disabilities. It is considered a spectrum as each person or child has different strengths, abilities and often require...

Rights and Responsibilities Children Should Be Aware Of

Rights and Responsibilities Children Should Be Aware Of

Happy Human Rights Day! Today’s a day to commemorate the lives lost in the fight for our democracy. Everyone living in South Africa has rights and that includes children. But with rights also come responsibilities. Here are a few responsibilities young people should...

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