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05 May 2016 in , ,

Adoption Legislation has Child’s Best Interests at Heart and Must be Passed Swiftly

The new Adoption (Amendment) Bill 2016 recognises that the best interests of children must be at the heart of all adoptions and puts forward welcome changes to do so, said Barnardos today....

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27 April 2016 in , , ,

Barnardos Launches Free Parenting Guide

Barnardos has published two new guides, one for early years educators and one for parents, both to help support young children’s behaviour. Early years educators play a central role coaching and supporting children to develop their skills and emotions, but these skills are first developed in the home. Barnardos free publication gives parents a better understanding of their child’s behaviour, a...

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18 April 2016 in , ,

Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness Month and so Barnardos Library and Information Service has put together the following list of books and articles on autism and special needs that may be of interest to parents, childcare practitioners and educators....

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11 December 2015 in , , ,

An end-of-year special offer on publications

To thank our loyal supporters, we are offering 10% off all our publications on our new Online Shop. The shop contains a range of publications produced by the childcare experts at Barnardos, with titles suitable for parents and for professionals working with children. This discount applies to all our publications and will expire on Friday 18th December – so don’t miss out!...

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24 November 2015 in , ,

Managing children's Christmas expectations

Christmas is supposed to be a wonderful time for all the family, a time of giving and receiving. But this December, with many families struggling to pay their bills and keep food on the table, buying presents may be just another headache and mean further pressure for parents. Barnardos has advice on how to manage your children’s expectations about Christmas this year....

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