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Do’s and Don’ts of Co-parenting   

Do’s and Don’ts of Co-parenting   

First published in You Magazine, these Co-parenting tips are essential reading for parents who want the best for their child…
Teens battle mental health ahead of exams  

Teens battle mental health ahead of exams  

Final exams are approaching, and the pressure can be extremely intense for teenagers. Research shows that two-thirds of adolescent’s experience levels…
Celebrating 40 Years of Positive Parenting: A Timeline

Celebrating 40 Years of Positive Parenting: A Timeline

2023 marks a significant milestone for The Parent Centre as we celebrate 40 years in existence and 40 years of…
Spotlight on Infant Mortality in South Africa

Spotlight on Infant Mortality in South Africa

September was Infant Mortality Awareness Month. South Africa has a worryingly high infant mortality rate and here at The Parent…
Working Parents are Burnt out, Unsupported by Employers, Desperate to Connect with their Kids    

Working Parents are Burnt out, Unsupported by Employers, Desperate to Connect with their Kids    

Survey highlights the pain points of working parents in South Africa. Being a working parent has never been easy, and…
Do’s and don’ts to building children’s self-esteem

Do’s and don’ts to building children’s self-esteem

Building children’s self-esteem is the foundation for a happy well-rounded adult. But how can more parents get this right? The…
Positive Parenting in South Africa 

Positive Parenting in South Africa 

There is a dire need for positive parenting in South Africa to foster development and violence prevention. Evidence strongly suggests…
Parenting education is vital in employee wellness programmes  

Parenting education is vital in employee wellness programmes  

Globally, parenting education has gained real momentum in many companies’ employee wellness and employee assistance programmes. Traditionally, employers once preferred…
How aftercare assists child development

How aftercare assists child development

Unsure about aftercare? Read this compelling blog on how and why aftercare is important to child development.

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