Below are the names and numbers of ECE service closures
The OECE’s position on breastfeeding is that ECE services must provide breastfeeding-friendly environments and facilities (see About Us). Breastfeeding supports early brain development and assists infants to maintain better health in group ECE settings when exposed to a range of illnesses. The OECE provides a sample breastfeeding policy for ECE services, a breastfeeding-friendly childcare checklist, and has published research in this area.
The Breastfeeding Friendly Early Childhood Service Checklist. By Dr Sarah Alexander. Too often parents are led to believe they must give up breastfeeding and should
Case Studies of Breastfeeding Practices at NZ Childcare Centres. REPORT: Developing Breastfeeding-Friendly Childcare to Support Mothers in Paid Employment and Studying. The project consisted of