Healthy Children: A Guide for Child Care
Healthy Children: A Guide for Child Care (2nd ed) provides child services students, and those already working with young children, a strong foundation for their career in child care by achieving a broad understanding of all aspects of health. With an emphasis on positive health experiences, the text covers disease prevention and the child care setting's role as community health provider and addresses the new child care competencies developed by the Australian National Training Authority.
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What is health?
Human reproductive systems
The growing and developing child
Child health and child care
Hygiene practices and healthcare routines
Child safety and accident prevention
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