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Event Title: Neighbour Day Free Afternoon Tea Organisation: Richmond Community Services Inc Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Posted On: 06/02/2019 Documents: Document 1
Richmond Community Services Inc. in partnership with Hawkesbury Police Area command invite you to a neighbour day free afternoon tea in Richmond with special guest speaker Chief Inspector Garry Sims Sunday 31 March 2019 2:30 - 4:30pm 20 West market Street, Richmond NSW RSVP (for catering purposes) to 4588 3502 by 28 March 2019
Event Title: Nurutred Heart Approach 4 week course Organisation: CASPA Family Support Casino Email: tlcasino.caspa.asn.au Posted On: 30/01/2019
Nurtured Heart Approach The Nurtured Heart Approach works with children of all ages. More than behaviour management, it is a philosophy for creating healthy relationships in your life. It consists of a set of strategies designed to help children self-regulate and build inner Wealth. This program is run over four weeks. Tuesday November12th, 19th, 26th, and December 3rd. 10am -1pm at the Casino Community and Cultural Centre, 35 walker Street, Casino Phone: 02 666 26792
Event Title: Bringing Up Great Bubs Organisation: CASPA family Supports Casino Email: email@example.com Posted On: 30/01/2019
Bringing Up Great Bubs Bringing Up Great Bubs is a four-session parenting program for parents and carers focusing on promoting positive and loving relationships. Discover the joy of tuning into your baby and young children with mindfulness and gain greater insight into understanding your baby and young child’s emotional development. Learn skills to build positive child-parent relationships, reduce parenting stress and to explore the joy and exhilaration of parenting. This program runs over four weeks. Thursday August 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th. 9:30 am- 1pm at the Casino Community and Cultural Centre. 35 Walker Street, Casino Phone 02 666 26792
Event Title: Strong Hearts Organisation: CASPA Family Supports Casino Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Posted On: 30/01/2019
Strong Hearts Strong Hearts parenting is for parents who are committed to bringing positive change in the way they interact with their child/children. The programme helps people who have experienced domestic and family violence to begin to understand a bit more about themselves and their children and the way they interact. The information presented provides insight into how behaviours and reactions to behaviours are influenced by past experiences and what can be done to respond better and build strong relationship between parent and child. The program runs over 5 weeks. Wednesday May 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, and June 5th. 9:30am – 12 at the Casino Community and Cultural Centre, 35 Walker Street, Casino Phone: 02 666 26792
Nurtured Heart Approach The Nurtured Heart Approach works with children of all ages. More than behaviour management, it is a philosophy for creating healthy relationships in your life. It consists of a set of strategies designed to help children self-regulate and build inner Wealth. This program is run over six weeks Tuesday February 19th, 26th March 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th. 10am -1pm at the Casino Community and Cultural Centre, 35 walker Street, Casino. Phone: 02 666 26792
Event Title: Parenting Group Calendar 2019 Organisation: CASPA Family Supports Casino Email: email@example.com Posted On: 30/01/2019 Documents: Document 1
CASPA Family Supports Casino is running a series of free parenting groups, one in each school. term,. Contact Gordon or Maureen on 666 26792 for more information and registration details.
Event Title: Essential Oils for ADHD, Anxiety, Sleep & Self-Care Organisation: Northern Beaches ADHD Support Group Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Posted On: 15/01/2019
Essential Oils for ADHD, Anxiety, Sleep & Self-Care
Join me and a small group of ADHD mums/dads for a relaxing, social gathering learning which essential oils may help your child's ADHD, anxiety & sleep, which may assist with your own self-care and how you can also use them to live a more low-tox lifestyle.
During the morning you'll have the opportunity to experience the oils and some organic, vegan home-made chocolates infused with essential oils!
I've been an ADHD mum for 20+ years but I've also had to help my daughter deal with chronic anxiety as well as sleep difficulties, digestive issues and chronic fatigue syndrome. We've found that getting to the root cause of problems and treating them naturally has proved most effective and this has led us to leading a more clean eating, low-tox lifestsyle. Adding therapeutic grade essential oils to our daily routines has enabled us to make this shift so easily. I've loved using essential oils for years and they are my go to remedy for anything from a headache to sunburn and everything in between - skincare, haircare, cooking, cleaning, first aid, emotional support and the list goes on.
Essential oils are an affordable, easy to use and extremely effective way to assist many health and behavioural issues.
Come join me as I take you on an essential oils journey to empower yourself with natural solutions to enhance your family's wellbeing.
You will learn:
* What essential oils are & how to use them safely * The potent affect essential oils have on the brain * How to effectively use essential oils to detox your daily life * Which oils will assist your ADHD child and your family to:
Enhance focus & staying on task Relieve anxiety & calm emotions Allow deeper, higher quality sleep Support the nervous system Support the immune system Improve digestive health
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Event Title: Free Creative Writing Course For Young Carers Organisation: Burwood Community Welfare Services Inc. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Posted On: 03/12/2018 Documents: Document 1
Free Creative Writing Course For Young Carers (18-24 yrs)
The aim of this program is to provide Young Carers an introduction to in demand creative writing skills and to promote self expression . It's an opportunity for young carers to take time out for themselves, form social support networks and to engage with community.
Location : 2 Wyatt Ave, Burwood 2134 Trainer : TAFE light refreshments provides Statement of Attainment on Completion
Contact email@example.com ph. 0456711471 / 0297441866 to register interest.
Event Title: Wellness Workshop Organisation: Alexandria Park Community Centre Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Posted On: 28/11/2018 Documents: Document 1
A one hour workshop giving simple tips to boost wellbeing, weight loss and energy.
Event Title: Certificate IV in Education Support CHC40213 (Part Qualification) Organisation: Schools as Community Centres Dee Why Email: email@example.com Posted On: 21/11/2018 Documents: Document 1
On Monday, December 10th at 11.00am, there will be an information session and enrolment time for all those interested. The first four units will be offered free from February next term over one day a week. There are then further options including fully subsidised fees for eligible students. This is an amazing opportunity for Mums and Dads to be trained as a Teacher's Support in a school environment. This is run by BCA National Training Group in association with Schools as Community Centres, Dee Why. Please note criteria and requirements in attached invitation. There is no prior qualifications necessary.
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.