'Children Everywhere' Book 1 is the world's first institutional
childcare manual. It gives practical information about the elements
of care that are needed to provide good care in a children's home
or orphanage. Elements such as hygiene, food, sleep, safety and the
need for stimulation and attachment make up the first part of the
book. This part is particularly aimed at care for infants and
toddlers. The second part of the book gives information about child
development and basic child psychology, including advice on
effective use of rules and discipline. The third part of the book
gives advice on how to effectively set up and run a children's
home. Including a look at different kinds of set ups, how to deal
with staff, essential elements of good management and dealing with
day-to-day issues. The aim of the Manual is to improve the survival
rate and quality of life of children in childcare institutions all
over the world.
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