Sooner or later your child will have head-lice, or children at your early childhood service will. It's one of those things that is a case of when and not if.
It pays to know
- how to tell if a child has head lice and how to spot eggs
- how to carry out effective and safe treatment for very young children, and
- how to talk with children's parents and other families who may have come in contact or been infected.
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