Wednesday, 03 August 2011

Another top executive from ABC Learning to go to trial

Saturday, 30 July 2011
By Jamie Walker
The AustralianA TOP executive of the failed ABC Learning childcare group will stand trial over an alleged deal with the company”s kingpin, Eddy Groves.Martin Kemp, who was chief executive of ABC Learning”s Australian and New Zealand operations, was committed for trial yesterday on

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criminal counts of breaching and failing to discharge his duties as a company director.If convicted he will face up to five years” imprisonment and a fine of $200,000.

The two charges relate to Mr Kemp”s purported sale of three centres owned by companies controlled by him to ABC Learning.

The Australian Securities & Investments Commission alleges that in January 2008 ABC Learning paid deposits of $3.082 million – about 75 per cent of the

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purchase price – to the Kemp companies Volbane Pty Ltd and Silipo Pet Ltd. The board of ABC learning was not informed of the transaction, commonwealth prosecutors say.

It was just months before the chain collapsed with debts totalling $1.6 billion.

Mr Groves has been charged with one count of breaching the Corporations Act and was committed in January to stand trial. He has indicated he will fight the charge.

Both men will face the Brisbane District Court at a date to be fixed.

A third charge against Mr Kemp, under the Corporations Act, was struck out during his two-week committal hearing in Brisbane Magistrates Court.

He will remain on bail until the trial.

Meningococcal scare at Macarthur childcare centre

Wednesday, 03 August 2011
Campbelltown Advertiser

PARENTS have been urged to look for symptoms of meningococcal disease after the disease was detected at a childcare centre in the Macarthur region.

South Western Sydney Local Health District has confirmed two children from the un-named centre had fallen ill with the disease.

South western Sydney public health director Dr Stephen Conaty said all other children at the centre, along with centre staff, had been given clearance antibiotics as a precautionary measure.

“Antibiotics given to all children and staff should reduce the risk of any further cases occurring in the child care centre however it will not reduce the risk to zero,” Dr Conaty said.

“The purpose of clearance antibiotics is to eradicate any meningococcal bacteria that contacts may be carrying to prevent further transmission of the disease.

“Parents still need to be watchful for symptoms,” he said.

Dr Conaty said people could develop meningococcal disease at any time but winter and early spring were usually the time of year most invasive meningococcal infections were reported.

“Anyone with symptoms must take action fast, as treatment with antibiotics will lead to a complete recovery in most cases,” Dr Conaty said.

“Early meningococcal disease can look like other more common diseases, so it’s important to go back to your doctor again if symptoms get worse.

“Meningococcal disease can be a life-threatening condition and up to 10 per cent of cases can be fatal.

“”Most cases will recover fully with early treatment. However some cases may result in severe complications that cause deafness and loss of limbs,” he said.

Dr Conaty said meningococcal disease was an infection that caused meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord) and severe blood infection.

Most cases are seen in infants, young children, teenagers and young adults, although people of any age can be infected.

The first symptoms may include pain in the legs, cold hands and feet and abnormal skin colour.

Other symptoms can include:

  • high fever
  • headache
  • neck stiffness
  • dislike of bright lights
  • nausea and vomiting
  • a rash of reddish-purple spots or bruises
  • drowsiness.

Child care needed

Wednesday, 03 August 2011
Walcha News

An increasing number of Australian parents are turning to family day care as the cost of child care continues to rise and this trend is also reflected in the Walcha

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shire according to local Day Care Educator Donna Lynch.

“There is an huge demand for Family

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“I am sure I am not alone in fielding a couple of phone calls every week from families needing either casual or full time care for their children.”

Government ratios of one carer to five children under five years old and two school age children make it difficult to accommodate everyone all the time according to Donna.

“We try as best we can by either fitting them in around our other clients or referring them to other carers who may have

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Donna has been working in Family Day Care for the past three years originally starting out in the day care field to stay at home with her first born daughter Jasmine.

“I worked as an aged care nurse in Uralla for five years, then at Riverview in Walcha for a short while but when baby number two, Ella, was born we decided that shift work was too difficult for our family,” Donna said.

“I wanted to stay at home with our children, but like most people we need two incomes, so a friend of mine suggested I try Family Day Care and it seems to fit in perfectly with our life.”

Family Day Care is a home-based early childhood education and care service, currently regulated, accredited and licensed by State and Federal regulatory frameworks.

Family Day Care educators are required to obtain a Certificate III in Children Services, the same qualifications as any other provider of early childhood education and care in Australia.

Carla Northam CEO of Family Day Care Australia said the increase in the number of children in family day care highlighted a growing awareness of the benefits of the home based service.

“Many parents are realising the positive features of family day care and see it as an affordable alternative for quality childcare,” she said.

Donna says the best thing about her job is the dynamic the other children bring to her home.

“It is rewarding meeting new families and establishing new friendships,” said Donna.

“Taking care of other people’s children is very personal. Families leave their most treasured possession in your care everyday and it is a huge responsibility, so you have to do your best with the resources They verify the fairness of casino games , provide licenses to casinos, and work to prevent problems that arise from gambling. you have.”

Donna continued on to explain that sometimes it can be quite challenging to make sure everyone is happy.

“It’s important to establish a routine and get to know the children and their family’s likes and dislikes, beliefs and values,” she said.

Child carers desert jobs

Monday, 01 August 2011
By Danielle McKay
The Mercury

TASMANIA”S child carers joined forces in Hobart yesterday as part of a national push for recognition and better pay across the expanding profession.

United Voice childcare union secretary Helen Gibbons said the industry was in crisis, with almost one in three carers leaving every year because of low wages that failed to acknowledge the valuable educational role they played in the formative years.

Ms Gibbons said the union and its members would begin lobbying the Federal Government for additional funding in the sector to boost the average worker”s pay of between $18 and $20 an hour by about $10.

She said the Tasmanian workforce of about 1300 long-day carers would no longer accept the low wages, which were linked to the broader gender pay gap across all industries.

“Women”s work has always been undervalued and that has continued up until today but let”s draw a line in the sand and say that”s not OK any more,” Ms Gibbons said.

“There needs to be an improvement … what”s important here is that the children in our community get the best quality care that they can be given.”

Lady Gowrie Child Centre University South manager Rebecca Hayes said the pay increase was needed now as a new national quality framework would be enforced from January next year, requiring all workers to have at least a certificate three in children”s services and many of them also requiring a higher diploma qualification.

“We do need to attract and retain educators who will fulfil those standards. Therefore we feel that we need a professional wage to match,” Ms Hayes said.

Lipscombe Child Care Services director Kelly Ashton said low wages were forcing dedicated workers out of the

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sector because they couldn”t pay their mortgages – and it was affecting the children.

“We”re ultimately missing out on consistency for children,” Ms Ashton said.

“We know from research about children in their early years that consistent strong relationships built with the people who are caring and educating them are absolutely crucial to children”s ability to develop and learn.

“So we need to make sure we have those same faces every day and people who are dedicated to what they”re doing.”

Ms Gibbons said the demand on the industry was sure to increase.

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