For most of us, Christmas involves gift-wrapping, munching down on endless snacks and decorating our houses with festive chic. But it is not the same for everyone, because for some families, Christmas is a harsh reminder of the challenges that they face day-to-day. Many families we support have a child trying to fight an aggressive cancer and might even be in hospital on Christmas day or at home in isolation. Sadly, many families will also have to face Christmas without their precious child as they have tragically passed away from neuroblastoma.
Covid-19 has presented another difficult year – even more so for those already experiencing additional challenges. It does not take much to make a positive impact on the life of someone else. So, this year, we have put together three simple ways you and your family can make someone else’s Christmas a little more magical.
With so many options available, buying a toy for your child can be a bit difficult. In addition to being safe, good toys for young children need to match their stages of development and emerging abilities. Check out our handy list with tips for getting the most suitable toys for your child.
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