Tips for a successful start to primary school

While the summer holidays have just started in some federal states, they are already coming to an end in others. The new school year begins and a new generation of first graders starts school. For every child, the transition to primary school is an important milestone. But it also comes with uncertainties...

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Spending a nice and peaceful christmas time with children

Christmas is just around the corner. For children this time is magical: writing a wishlist, waiting for Santa Claus, baking cookies and the exciting question what presents there will be under the tree. For parents on the other hand this time can be quite stressful. There is so much to do! So much...

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Getting through winter with children without infections

„Autumn is here…“ And with autumn the time has come for infections like colds, influenza or RSV-infections. Especially children take home these illnesses from daycare or school. But what can you do to prevent those infections? 1. Nutrition A balanced diet is something important at all times. The better...

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2022: New benefits within care

In July of 2021 the Bundestag has decided on a new Care Reform Act. The first regulations already came into effect, the majority will follow on the first of January 2022. The corresponding law provides financial relief for residents of nursery homes and the better payment of nursing staff, among other...

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How do I encourage my child’s motivation to read?

Each year the “Medienpädagogische Forschungsverbund Südwest“ conducts a survey within children and youths regarding their media behavior. The last survey (KIM– and JIM-Studie)  from 2020 implies that the reading behavior hasn’t significantly changed within the last few years, but that the reading...

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Return to standart time – Becoming unbalanced?

When the clocks go back by one hour to CET (Central European Time) next weekend, we will be “gifted” one hour (although it was also taken away from us in the spring). This change will nevertheless affect the well-being of many people. According to a Forsa- survey, comissioned by the DAK...

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Driving in older age- How do I talk to my parents?

The desire of driving a car by yourself doesn’t go away with old age. It is an important sign of being autonomic and independent. To refrain from driving would mean a great sacrifice regarding independency especially for older people and the admission: I am old for real. And who would like to admit...

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Start of daycare: Tips for successfully settling-in

Maybe you feel stressed by all the change, or maybe you are pretty relaxed? No matter how you feel- all feelings and anxieties are allowed and sound. We want to give you tips and suggestions regarding the start of daycare, to make it as relaxed as possible for you and your child. The preliminary talk...

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Tips for relatives of people with dementia

More and more people are suffering from dementia. Currently, there are around 1.7 million people affected in Germany, and around 40,000 more are diagnosed every year. The diagnosis does not only affect the ill ones themselves, but also poses a challenge for the relatives. Dementia, as translated...

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