Small Details to Consider When Choosing an Aged Care Facility

Posted on: 13 February 2018
Choosing an aged care facility for your parent is not easy, but it's often necessary for an elderly person to move into such a location, for their own physical wellbeing and even for their safety. When you're shopping around these facilities, you will no doubt look at a building's cleanliness, and also note the friendliness of the staff, but these aren't the only details to consider when making your selection. Note a few other features of an aged care facility you might notice, as these will ensure your parent is happy and comfortable for their stay.
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Three Inflatables That Will Make Your Teen's Party Rule

Posted on: 29 November 2016
Parties can be challenging during the teenage years. Your kids aren't old enough to drink but might feel that they're much too old for traditional party games like musical chairs and pass the parcel. Having no activities is also a no-no though—teens can feel awkward when left to simply chat with friends, particularly if they've recently started a new school and haven't formed any close bonds yet. Hiring inflatable equipment is a great way to make sure that everyone has loads of fun.
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Three Ways to Keep Kids Entertained in Your Home Swimming Pool

Posted on: 19 October 2016
If you're planning to have a pool constructed in your home, then you might be wondering how long it will keep your kids entertained for. Splashing out on a pool that's rarely used is a big disappointment, so start planning activities now. The initial novelty of a home swimming pool won't hold kids' attention forever, so planning a variety of fun pastimes to introduce over time is a good plan. Many of the suggestions below cost nothing, but can really increase the value you get out of your pool installation.
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2 activity ideas that can help you with meeting new parent friends when you move

Posted on: 13 October 2016
When you move to a new state or country it can be hard to meet a new group of friends, especially if you are a stay-at-home parent with children that are not yet in school. Getting out and about and getting involved with activities can be a good way to meet some new parent friends with similarly-aged children.  Here are some ideas.  Sign your child up for a preschool dance class
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