Free webinar: Engaging children as partners in practice to support their mental health and wellbeing

This webinar will discuss practices that can contribute to practitioners creating genuine partnerships with children and their families. It will be the second in a series focusing on children’s mental health. It has been co-produced by CFCA and Emerging Minds. This webinar is for practitioners who work with children, as well as practitioners who work with […]

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Longitudinal study: Growing up in Australia: Chapters on adolescence

By Australian Institute of Family Studies. Chapter 7: Adolescent help-seeking This chapter describes the past help-seeking behaviours and future help-seeking intentions of adolescents, focusing on who adolescents go to for help. Chapter 6: Adolescents’ relationships with their peers The latest chapter examines the peer relationships of Australian Children around mid-adolescence and the influence of these friendships […]

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Sensory Santa

Visit Santa in a sensory friendly environment at the below locations: Churchill Centre On Wednesday 19 December, from 8.30am-9.30am, enjoy a Sensitive Santa session with a free photo at Churchill Centre. Santa will be located at the Little Chicago Express Santa Station by Aldi on the day. For more information, please contact Jessica at jessica@yourcentre.com. […]

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Autism SA: What’s the Buzz – Registrations now open for Term 1, 2019

Registrations of interest for enrollments are now open for Term 1, 2019 for ‘What’s the Buzz’. The program, designed for Early Learners (5-7 year olds) and Primary Aged Students (8-10 year olds), is a 16 week long role-play and play-based group program, that focuses on the development of social skills. The full flyer on ‘What’s the […]

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ECA National Conference Newsletter Call for papers

The Early Childhood Australia (ECA) National Conference, From vision to action, is set to take place at Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, Tasmania, from 25–28 September 2019. The 2019 conference will explore current and emerging practice to enhance young children’s experiences across the spectrum of service and education settings that they attend. This includes early childhood […]

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United Nations International Day of People with Disability “Celebrate on the Square”

You are invited to join us for the United Nations International Day of People with Disability “Celebrate on the Square”. The Lifetime Support Authority, PQSA and Brain Injury SA will bring the fun back to Victoria Square for the IDPwD event! With the official United Nations-sanctioned day falling on a Monday this year, we have […]

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A conversation about Education and Schools

Community consultation with students living with disability and their families Julia Farr Purple Orange wants to hear your thoughts about school education in South Australia. This consultation is a chance for school students living with disability and their families to have their voices heard about school culture and belonging. They want to hear about positive experiences […]

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International Day of People with Disability 2018 City of Playford Outstanding Achievement Awards

The International Day of People with Disability Outstanding Achievement Awards aim to honour and recognise the accomplishments of people with disability and individuals or organisations within City of Playford. Those nominated will have made an ongoing and significant contribution to improve the lives of people with disability and grow the Playford region as a truly […]

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