Fostering great relationships with grandparents

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 11 June 2015

13 mins

It’s a common experience these days for grandparents to take on a big part of the caring role for children, particularly when both parents are working. 

But grandparents are so much more than child minders. 

Jane Barry, midwife and child health nurse recently wrote about the important role of grandparents on Kidspot.

GUEST: Jane Barry, Midwife and Child Health Nurse

WEBSITE: Kidspot

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