Aim of the Organization The aim of the organization is to provide a long day care mainly for children aged 0-5 years and give education to children so they can learn through play as well as formal programs or activities. Even there aim is to acknowledge and respect all staff skills and interests. Even they try to have partnerships with families and communities side by side they create home-like environment.
The support that organization provides They support the Parents so they can leave their children’s in day care when they on work. They also provide workshops for the parents or other family carers, of children aged six years and under who are on the Autism Spectrum. They give out the ...view middle of the document...
City Of Canterbury is the source of funding for the Punchbowl Children’s centre to operate. They have been providing high quality, not-for-profit children’s services in the City of Canterbury since 1976. This commitment has seen the development of a range of quality educational and recreational programs for children.
Specific support for parents/carers that the organization provides The specific support for parents and carers are that the PUNCHBOWL CHILDREN’S CENTRE provide separated parents with information, payment and support including the information about the child support choices available. They give opportunity to the parents for leaving their children’s there if parents are working somewhere. They support the parents of taking care of their children providing with good education, care and environment.
Resource management strategies for first time parents / carers including managing multiple role expectations. For the first time parents/carers, some family members or people organize baby shower for the them and some childcare organizes work shops for the parents so they can attend it and they give out the information and give presentations and give out brochures that include full of information and guidance, that help and guide them what to do next. This make it easier for parents to take care of their baby.
Information on biological and social parenting or becoming a carer Biological parents are the parents who produce and provide the genetic material for a child. One of the child’s natural parents, either the male who supplied the sperm or the female...