Multiple Birth Awareness Week 2022: Educating the educators

BMBAN celebrates Multiple Birth Awareness Week – 20 to 27 March 2022. Why do we need to educate the educators on multiples? Ongoing advocacy and engagement is required in order to advance educational and health outcomes for multiples. Educators in this context is not limited to teachers, but to health professionals and others who haveContinue reading “Multiple Birth Awareness Week 2022: Educating the educators”

Top 10 tips for multiples starting school in 2022

With 2022 underway, there is a whole new group of wide-eyed, eager and perhaps slightly anxious multiples heading into the start of their formal schooling adventure. We asked our members with school-aged multiples for their advice on the best ways to get ready – here’s their top 10 tips! 1. Practice the basics Simple tasksContinue reading “Top 10 tips for multiples starting school in 2022”

What does 100% volunteer actually mean?

“Volunteers do not necessarily have the TIME, they just have the HEART” Elizabeth Andrew BMBAN is proudly a 100% volunteer organisation, run entirely by members. The quote above sums up our volunteers to perfection. But what does it actually take to run our organisation and to keep it running for 44 years? Quite simply? AContinue reading “What does 100% volunteer actually mean?”