Episode 32 – “It Takes a Village…” with Liam and Amanda McFadde‪n‬

2021-02-24T14:18:35+11:00

Liam and Amanda are a husband and wife team that have recently started their own business and social enterprise, Clann.  Clann's Social Enterprise Mission is to support communities by empowering families to receive or provide quality ‘Life. Be in it.’™ FamilyCare for children, the elderly and people with a disability.

Episode 32 – “It Takes a Village…” with Liam and Amanda McFadde‪n‬2021-02-24T14:18:35+11:00

New Site for elderly and disability care

2021-02-24T14:13:38+11:00

Today we are excited to share the release of our new platform which is live for elderly and disability care. Just like our previous Childcare platform, it is extremely user friendly and is accessible to all interested FamilyCarers. It is easy to understand and manage to better support you to start your own home based business delivering essential services. It features registration in just a few seconds using a mobile verification as opposed to email verification which was more time consuming. In just a few steps, it lets you set up your family carer profile to get connected to families needing [...]

New Site for elderly and disability care2021-02-24T14:13:38+11:00

Why this adage, “It takes a village to raise a child…” answered by the Founders of Clann

2020-11-24T15:46:23+11:00

Why this particular adage, "It takes a village to raise a child...", answered by Liam and Amanda McFadden.

Why this adage, “It takes a village to raise a child…” answered by the Founders of Clann2020-11-24T15:46:23+11:00

“It Takes a Village” From The Clann Perspective

2020-11-16T17:24:24+11:00

We have recently talked to a number of parents about their understanding of the  concept of " a village it takes to raise a child", which is the core of Clann's philosophy, and the benefits it can provide for their children. Subsequently, Amanda and Liam, the founders of Clann, further spoke about the "village" model of childcare in an interview you can view here. Today I would like to summarise the discussion and add some thoughts that resonated with me. In the conversation with Amanda and Liam, I referred to my personal experience of shopping locally in the context of [...]

“It Takes a Village” From The Clann Perspective2020-11-16T17:24:24+11:00

The Many Things (That) Clann Is

2020-11-24T17:57:04+11:00

A couple of weeks ago  Amanda and Liam , the founders of Clann, answered the very first question many have when they hear about Clann: "What Is Clann?". (You can view the interview by clicking on a link here).  Today, we would like to elaborate on the response to the question and  'the many things Clann is". Firstly, Clann is a "social enterprise" that aims to help families in need to find affordable, local, trustworthy, professional, caring, and flexible care for children, the elderly and disabled. Clann was founded because Amanda and Liam found themselves , like millions of Australian [...]

The Many Things (That) Clann Is2020-11-24T17:57:04+11:00

It Takes a Village to Raise a Child: The Benefits of Life. Be in it. FamilyCare, powered by Clann

2020-10-21T15:35:42+11:00

Clann is many things (however, originally and fundamentally, it is a social enterprise that helps local families become providers of affordable, flexible, safe, and caring childcare for other local families needing care. The philosophy behind this purpose is that "It takes a village to raise a child". Today, we decided to break the meaning of this old adage down and asked Amy, Jas, Kayla and Brian to discuss how they understand the context of their understanding of Life. Be in it. FamilyCare. The questions we asked revolved around whether the concept would impact on their decisions to place their children [...]

It Takes a Village to Raise a Child: The Benefits of Life. Be in it. FamilyCare, powered by Clann2020-10-21T15:35:42+11:00

8 reasons to become a carer for children, the elderly, or the disabled

2020-10-06T17:32:36+11:00

Why Get Paid To Be A Carer Many people are already a carer or one who is providing care for family members, and yet they don't realize that they have developed marketable skills while caring for family members. Perhaps you have recently had to homeschool your children, or you have a disabled family member that you are taking care of. Maybe you are the caregiver for an elderly parent or loved one. In any of the above cases, you most likely can't work a full-time job, a part-time job that requires a regular hours commitment and you may lack the [...]

8 reasons to become a carer for children, the elderly, or the disabled2020-10-06T17:32:36+11:00
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