Sir Lorimer was a pioneer of specialised health care for children.
In recent years The Infants’ Home has worked on several research projects with many universities, such as:
This research included subjects such as art and play therapy, isolated mothers with newborns, and integrated services.
Each year The Infants’ Home takes part in various forms of research and evaluation designed to build the store of knowledge about early childhood education and care.
Throughout 2011 and 2012 The Infants' Home conducted research with Charles Sturt University into the concept of integration in early childhood education and care.
A report on this research, The Art of Integration, explains how and why The Infants’ Home provides integrated early childhood services.
It draws on documentary evidence and interviews with current and former staff, The Infants’ Home Board members, and parents.
In 2010, we continued our research with the University of NSW into the most effective ways to help new mothers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Our aim is to reduce anxiety and depression among women in this group, who are often socially isolated.
For more information about this research please contact:
The Infants’ Home was proud to be a pilot location for the Federal Government’s Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF). The EYLF is part of the government’s reform for early childhood education and care.
The government wants all childcare centres in Australia to use the EYLF with families to develop learning programs that respond to children’s ideas, interests, strengths and abilities. The government also wants people to recognise that children learn through play.
Watch Lynn Farrell, Manager of Learning & Development at The Infants' Home, talk about the Early Years Learning Framework.
For more information about how the Early Years Learning Framework operates at The Infants' Home please contact:
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