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A new resource for managing continence problems in children has been launched by ERIC, the Children’s Bowel & Bladder Charity.

The Government is planning to introduce paid neonatal leave for working parents of premature babies.

Families of children who need an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) face delays of more than a year, according to a report, which has found that the number of complaints made by families has risen dramatically.

Social workers are trialing the use of finger puppets and a ‘talking stick’ to use in their conversations with young children.

More than 700,000 Reception children will receive a free book this week, as a study finds reading helps children to open up about their feelings.

Welsh MPs will debate the anti-smacking bill today.

The Children’s Commissioner for England has launched a children’s manifesto aiming to transform young people’s life chances.

Teaching assistants are using their own money to help families buy school uniforms, fund trips and provide lunch money, according to a new survey.

Lone parents working full time on average pay are unable to reach a decent standard of living, according to new research.

New research which reveals that more than one in ten children in England are living in overcrowded homes, while hundreds of thousands are in temporary accommodation, highlights the impact of the housing crisis on families.