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Planning Your Parenting Group
Resourcing Parents wishes to assist Professionals in finding resources quickly and easily.
- Directory of Parenting Practitioners
- How to plan and run your own group event
- Calendar of Training Events for Professionals
- How to receive $2,000 to $3,000 event funding( Inner West and South Eastern Sydney)
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Diversity in Practice
The Diversity in Practice - A resource kit for early childhood services working with children and families from migrant and refugee backgrounds in the Nepean area (DIP Kit) was developed by the Migrant and Refugee Children Support Working Group (MARCS) to assist early childhood service providers to improve access and the provision of culturally inclusive programming for migrant and refugee children and their families.
The zip file is less than half the size of downloading each file separately.
download and unzip the file to get all the Diversity in Practice file on this page
The Cumberland/Prospect Transition to School (Families NSW) project has a number of resources. Parent Voices Ideas for Transition to School.
Transition from Home to School Facilitator
Families NSW Cumberland Prospect
Dept of Education & Training
Nirimba Education Precinct
QUAKERS HILL 2763
Ph: 9208 7676
Fax: 9208 7629
This following is information from Conferences and Information Days you may have attended in the Metro Central, Metro South West, or Metro Western Sydney. We hope you enjoy reading about these initiatives, and reflecting on how this adds to your knowledge and practice. If you choose to download and make use of the information and summaries please rightfully acknowledge the authors and the source.
Presentations from the Early Literacy Forum Campbelltown Civic Centre.
20th May 2009
- Forum Program
- Presentation summary
- "Our Journey, My Story"
- Parent Support for Literacy
- Singing Books
- Tales of Magic
- Learn with Me
- Early Words edited
All papers are in PDF.
The pathways and processes for parents of young children with global developmental delay or disability can be complex and stressful. The diagnosis of intellectual disability has lifelong implications, not only for the person them self but also their family and community. Understanding and dealing with these issues can be challenging for all involved.
This resource has been developed to assist early intervention staff in the Inner West support families through the process of diagnosis, particularly at the time of diagnostic assessment. It will contribute to improved confidence of early intervention staff, and is part of an overall strategy designed to enhance interagency collaboration and recognise the different frameworks and approaches of diagnostic and intervention services as we work together to support the child's and parent's journeys. It is designed to facilitate conversations between early intervention and diagnostic services and between early intervention services and parents.