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Missed our toilet training workshop with cohealth? Catch up here!

10 November 2021

We know that toilet training can be a challenge! We're here to help tackle that. On Wednesday 10 November we ran an online parenting information session with the team from cohealth to talk about all things toilet training - from nappies, potties, accidents and more. We learned how to identify when your child is ready to start training - and ran through some simple steps for success in the toilet training journey. 

Everyone who cares for a little one and is embarking on the toileting journey is encouraged to tune in and listen to the recording. Link expires on 17 December 2021

Steps to watch the recording:

  1. Follow the link below: https://zoom.us/rec/share/nojCHqKc2K6aIcgEY6PJYE1u03i6orpku6iniwa_pTr22H_sNfwSvWqqiqYhShoh.RPNg9jaxWcGszSHt
  2. When prompted, enter the access passcode: =&1eD%YG

  3. Get ready to talk toilet training!

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Check out cohealth's other family and children services here: https://www.cohealth.org.au/health-services/child-and-family-health/

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Celebrations from NAIDOC Week

Throughout NAIDOC Week 8 – 15 November many of the Moonee Valley Early Years programs celebrated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Children practised sharing and storytelling and demonstrated the knowledge they have gained over the year, including work done during Reconciliation Week last 27 May – 3 June. Continue reading to see the ways…

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Share in art, music and more during NAIDOC Week 2020

NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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Mindfulness, friendship and some story time videos

Spring is here and summer is just around the corner!

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Navigating the new normal

The past week has seen some of our early learning and kindergarten children and families returning to face-to-face attendance.