The thought, or reality, that your child has the Omicron variant of COVID-19 can be really worrying. We take a look at the latest advice and tips for looking after a child with COVID-19, when to seek help, and how to minimise spread to others.
It's looking likely that with the omicron variant of COVID-19 now out and about in the community, more of us will have to manage at home with at least one person self-isolating. We take a look at how you can get prepared to make this time as stress-free as possible.
While the world media is abuzz with medical terms and confusing scientific words, Nanogirl is a shining light when it comes to engaging with children and parents about the science behind COVID-19 in a way that we can all understand.
Working from home or 'remote working' has its benefits (no commute, PJs optional!), but there are also plenty of distractionsand it's easy to get bogged down in work and can be difficult to switch off. Here are our top 10 tips to keep you on track while looking out for your wellbeing.
Whether you have a child who just loves to learn or you’re home-schooling for a period of time, there are a number of great resources available online that can help educate your child in a fun way.
With the continuing spread of the COVID-19 virusaround the world, we are hoping to avoid widespread community transmission here in New Zealand. We have a great opportunity to do what we can to contain the spread, while we wait for a vaccine.
Teaching your kids healthy habits and effective hand washing techniques at home is a great way to help protect them from germs when they are at school and out and about.