Plunket and Colgate Australia and New Zealand have partnered together to bring you our top five tips for keeping your family’s mouths nice and healthy: 1. Start brushing teeth as soon as they appear – use a small soft brush on little one’s teeth. Lift your child’s lip regularly to check for signs of tooth decay (holes).
Having a baby can be expensive. In fact, some parents can spend more than $800 just on nappies and wipes in the first year of welcoming a newborn. Did you know you could save enough money to pay for more than two months’ worth of nappies and wipes just by getting a better power deal? We’ve partnered with the team at What’s My Number to bring you tips on how to find out what your potential power savings could be.
Supporting your baby and child’s sleep patterns and bedtimes during Daylight Savings isn’t always easy, babies and children can often wake earlier and get to sleep later as their bodies and minds adjust. Here are some tips you might find useful when daylight savings approaches:
In the week leading up to the clock moving forward with Daylight Saving, we encourage parents to begin settling their baby or child to bed slightly earlier each evening. This can be easier to manage than starting after Daylight Saving.
Plunket welcomes the Labour Party’s pre-election policy announcement of increased funding for more Plunket/Well Child Tamariki Ora health visits. “Plunket welcomes policies to increase support for families with young children, particularly those in vulnerable circumstances, from parties across the political spectrum,” said Plunket’s Chief Executive Amanda Malu. Plunket is the largest provider of the Ministry of Health’s Well Child Tamariki Ora service, with Plunket nurses and health-workers welcomed in to 9 in 10 homes with newborns in New Zealand.