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In the latest Budget, the Government has changed its plans for Universal Credit. Here’s what these announcements mean for you. By the Resolution Foundation’s Laura Gardiner

What is the correct technique for brushing, how much fluoride should the toothpaste contain - and other questions, answered by Annette Rawstrone

Understanding non-verbal communication will help practitioners get on with parents, finds Charlotte Goddard

What to expect from your child’s dressing skills and how to encourage them, with some book suggestions on the topic. By Annette Rawstrone

How can early years settings support single fathers and make them feel included without being patronising? Charlotte Goddard investigates

Some steps for parents to follow to help children get the right amount of sleep and avoid problems around bedtime. By Annette Rawstrone

Becoming an older sibling can be difficult for children to deal with. Rachel Howe explores how practitioners and parents can help

Daily routines, from leaving the house in the morning to bedtime, will help to create a calmer home environment, explains Annette Rawstrone

With more children being born to older mothers, it is important practitioners understand their unique needs, finds Charlotte Goddard in the first of an occasional series

A literacy campaign in Birmingham is reaching out to isolated families and improving the skills of parents so they can also help their children’s development, finds Meredith Jones Russell

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