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 ...
Pals is a social skills program designed by clinical psychologists and early childhood teachers to teach children constructive ways to solve problems in social situations.
* Suitable for small gro ...
Kids Create is designed to help kids understand emotion through creative expression.
Kids Create, a special one off session' at Canterbury Earlwood Caring Association in partnership with [breakthru ...
Join us for a special school holiday activity!
We will go to Blackbutt Reserve together and share some morning tea/light lunch.
*Exciting & Hands on
*Morning tea/Ligh ...
With over 800 Toys that you can look at online for only $30 per family per year
Our aim is to provide children in our community with a Toy Library so they can have access to a variety of educational ...
Playgroup At Canterbury Earlwood Caring Association
Playgroups are a a great opportunity for parents and carers and children to spend time together.
For children playgroup allows children to de ...
Is your child 4 years old or turning 4 before 31 July 2019?
Recruiting Now for 2019 the HIPPY program- Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters.
For families residing in Belmont, Belmo ...
Weekly supported playgroup for all families with a child aged 0-5 years.
Children will learn through play and have new social experiences, which will eventually prepare them for school.
Explore new environments, different toys & discover texture and shapes!!
Interact & become familiar with social situations
Be involved in group activities, singing with actions, story te ...
Supported playgroup is for mums, dads, grandparents and carers of children from birth up to 6 years.
A supported playgroup promotes and enhances positive interaction between children, parents and ca ...
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.