It is even more difficult to organize the education of children in emergencies in crisis situations

NOS/Jan Hess NOS News•Today 15:17 Sophie Moreland internal editor Elaine Camforst internal editor Sophie Moreland internal editor Elaine Camforst internal editor It is becoming increasingly complicated for municipalities to educate refugee children in emergency shelters. It happens that these children do not receive education for several months, when this should be within three months of … Read more

It is even more difficult to organize the education of children in emergencies in crisis situations

NOS/Jan Hess NOS News•Today 15:17 Sophie Moreland internal editor Elaine Camforst internal editor Sophie Moreland internal editor Elaine Camforst internal editor It is becoming increasingly complicated for municipalities to educate refugee children in emergency shelters. It happens that these children do not receive education for several months, when this should be within three months of … Read more

New Zealand challenges government decision on pediatric heart surgery: ‘Acute care is at risk’

Lawrence Van Putten NOS News•Today 10:49•modified Today 11:19 Sander Zorhaki Healthcare Editor Sander Zorhaki Healthcare Editor The Netherlands Health Care Authority (NZa) is highly critical of the government’s decision to remove specialized pediatric cardiac care from UMC Groningen and Leiden UMC. According to NZa, a new plan is needed before responsible reforms in cardiac care … Read more

Why is the number of young children presenting for treatment increasing between both sexes? The new research should clarify that, among other things

Why has the demand for medical care increased between both genders since 2014? Radboud University is conducting research to find out exactly what is going on here. And also to ask why more and more children between the ages of 11 and 13 are signing up. People who do not feel at home in the … Read more

Why is the number of young children presenting for treatment increasing between both sexes? The new research should clarify that, among other things

Why has the demand for medical care increased between both genders since 2014? Radboud University is conducting research to find out exactly what is going on here. And also to ask why more and more children between the ages of 11 and 13 are signing up. People who do not feel at home in the … Read more

We have enough love to give

After three miscarriages, Elaine, 33, and Sander, 41, decided to go up for adoption. And now their son Noah (10) is the proud brother of three sisters from Hungary: Olivia (8), Kayla (5) and Sadie (almost 4). “I thoroughly enjoy our extended family.” Eileen: “Olivia was recently at a children’s party in Pallorig where the … Read more

Color blind children? This is a myth, says the anti-racist educator

During the game “If I Could Do Magic…” My black daughter wished she could make herself white. Now what? “My five-year-old white daughter thinks the imposter is always black. Help!” Educator Gillian Emanuels regularly hears these kinds of questions and comments. Through her training and course on anti-racism parenting, she teaches parents and educators (professionals) … Read more

New: Child Welfare Values ​​Framework around the rights of the child, the parent and the community

What can society expect and what can it expect from child care? What are we preparing children for? What exactly are the promises we make to parents and children? Kik and KINDwijzer find related questions worth answering. That’s why they came up with the Child Care Values ​​Framework. A multiracial group of preschool students sitting … Read more