Family Support Service Newcastle & Family Inclusion Strategies in the Hunter
District: Hunter New England
From: Monday, 23 July 2018
To: Monday, 24 September 2018
Time: 11:15 AM - 1:15 PM
Hear about how other parents have navigated the child-protection, legal & out-of-home care systems and:
Gained the support
Addressed the child protection concerns
And be more included in ...
supported playgroups, support families with Literacy, numeracy, transition to school, parenting. child development, child safety, child health and pathways into support service's.
trained family supp ...
Our Start Together Babies Group is for all families from pregnancy through to babies aged 12 months.
Each week we will be exploring a new area of child development, meeting milestones, playing with ...
The Positive Parenting Program is run in Partnership with Many Rivers Family Violence Prevention Unit and Durri Medical centre.
Triple P is a program that helps parents create a stable supportive a ...
ALL PARENTS WELCOME
The Enhanced Triple P Level 5 program is run in Partnership with Many Rivers Family Violence Prevention Unit and Durri Medical Centre The Enhanced Triple P Level 5
Helps paren ...
Bringing Up Great Kids FOR ALL PARENTS AND CARERS
Is a wonderful program that looks at where our parenting messages come from .
We look at what is parenting about today, what is your parenting st ...
The Circle of Security Parenting program is run in partnership with Many Rivers Family Violence Prevention Unit and Durri Medical service.
ALL PARENTS AND CARERS WELCOME
In this program, we look at ...
Young Parents Group is a supported playgroup for Mum's and Dad's under the age of 25 years. Young Parents Group helps with building confidence as a new parent.
Expectant parents also welcome to att ...
Developmental delay can show up in the way a child moves, talks, learns, or behaves with others. If you’re worried about signs of developmental delay in your child, join this free, live webinar to fin ...
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.