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  • Busy Dads - a place where all Dads can go to find practical and useful information to make their everyday lives that little bit easier..
  • Help At Home ("For a happier home life!") specialise in providing you with Nanny, Au Pair, Domestic and Housemen staff that is skilled and competent, in order to better your quality of life at home!
  • ~ Parenting is no joke! It is easy to feel overwhelmed - so many choices and even more opinions. That's how we felt when we started the Survival Guide for Families eight years ago. Today all our little ones have not merely survived, they're thriving - and so are we! The secret? Choose what's 'good for our children & world.'
  • A Family Renter’s Guide to Raising Kids in a Condo or Apartment
  • Busy Moms provides helpful parenting advice and tips for stay-at-home moms, working moms, single moms and all moms on the move.

  • As Seen On: Cape Town Insider

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  • Ask The Doctor Use Ask the Doctor if you have a health problem or query, if you are too busy and cannot see a doctor, or if you're too embarrassed to tell your doctor about something that is worrying you.
  • Up-to-date information on growth, food and fitness, childhood infections, immunizations, and medical...
  • Information provider and South African consumer health site.
  • Medical Malpractice Center Children who are victims of medical malpractice often suffer significant injury or death during the birthing process. Some medical negligence cases involving children include Cerebral Palsy, Erb’s Palsy, and Shoulder Dystocia. Many times the negligence goes unreported due to the parents’ unawareness and/or because the child’s injuries are less than catastrophic. Our goal is to help educate expectant mothers, fathers, and family members by providing information on different types of pediatric malpractice, birth injuries, and state-by-state malpractice laws and limitations in hopes of reducing these types of injuries.
  • ‘EATA – Recovery Services’ - A Helplines Partnership member. We are here to provide you with addiction information and advice for you or your loved one’s problems.

Useful Links for Parents with Special needs children