This 3 week course will help parents of tweens and teens:
* Understand adolescence - a time of redeveloping social landscapes, brain snaps and body makeovers
* Understand your job as a parent of a ...
1-2-3 Magic & Emotion Coaching is a course that offers effective parenting solutions without arguing, fighting or smacking. Parents will learn how their own behaviour can influence their child.
Children love to learn, and learn naturally. They learn through play, the behaviour of the people around them, and from their own experiments. They are also experts at making friends. Once they hit sc ...
Presented by Ian Cappleman, Occupational Therapist
At this seminar you will cover:
- typical infant development 0 - 12 months
- how to promote appropriate fine motor and visual skills through pla ...
Come to a free information session for all parents and guardians of children with disability aged up to 12 years old.
It does not matter whether your child has an NDIS plan or not.
Local speaker r ...
An event here at Arthur Neave on the 25th June assisting residents/families with
- toiletry packs
- prepacked food
- FREE family budgeting/finances resources
- other essentials
- b ...
The focus of the workshop is to enable parents and guardians of children with a disability in the age group of 0-12 years to better support their child by learning more about the systems, therapies an ...
Introducing 3 "Let's Chat" sessions over 2019. Each session runs for 1 1/2 hours, is interactive and about topics you are interested in.
The 3 sessions are as below:
1) 29th June 10-11:30 : all ab ...
Starting school is a big step for children and families. There is a lot we can do as parents to support our children's transition.
Come along and hear from a panel of parents who have been through ...
A free parenting workshop with breakfast for couples expecting a baby. Find out about services including health, parenting, and childcare, receive an info kit and meet other expectant parents.
A chan ...
The Resourcing Parents project would like to acknowledge and pay respects to the traditional Aboriginal owners of the land on which they work and they would also like to pay their respect to elders past and present.