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The PakMag Parents Podcast

Laugh til you cry.
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That’s parenting, and that’s the PakMag Parents' Podcast!
We at PakMag want to go on the parenting journey with you. And we're  
bringing the experts along for the ride. Get the answers to those  
questions we've all asked ourselves a million times and lets make this  
whole parenting gig a bit smoother.
Join us every week as we speak to a parenting expert, discover the  
latest in parenting products, apps and trends and attempt to make  
sense of this weird, wacky and wonderful world of parenting.
Our host Bree James is a proud mum to two boys and five fur babies,  
and the Founder of PakMag, a parenting magazine for families that has  
printed over 3 million copies in the past 12 years.
Whether you're searching for some comic relief or a few helpful tips  
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Aug 30, 2021

On this episode Bree chat's to Paediatrician, health services researcher and co-founder of CanChild Dr Peter Rosenbaum about why we and our children should learn F-words…

As we work together towards a more inclusive society, we wanted to shine a light on a great organisation called CanChild – who’s overarching goal is to maximise the quality of life and participation of children and youth with a variety of developmental conditions, along with their families.

Their research led to The F-words… but they’re not at all like the word you’re probably thinking… although I am sure we’ve got your attention.


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Host: Bree James

Producer: Monique Saggers 

Show Editor: Monique Saggers

Researcher: Bec Dent