|CCWT Family and Youth courses during March, April and May|
|Great Family and Youth training with CCWT in the next month.||Learn More|
|Permanency and OOHC training with CCWT in March|
|Centre for Community Welfare Training have some great Permanency and OOHC workshops coming up in March, and have also reduced the price for all CCWT courses covering Permanency and OOHC to $200/person/day.||Learn More|
|Play Outside Day - Hunter Wetlands|
|Would you like to join with other service providers to encourage families to play simply in the outdoors?
Modelled on the successful 'Come and be Loud at Blackbutt', we are looking at Children and Family Services and to be part of this morning.
This could be by coming along with a simple activity to share or by encouraging or facilitating your clients/families to attend, or BOTH.
We will be holding our second planning meeting at Hunter Wetlands on Wednesday 14 March at 2pm. Hope you can join us!
For further enquiries contact Julie Swane, Coordinator Children's and Young Adult Services, Newcastle Region Library at email@example.com or on 0413 445 431.
|Revenue NSW Fines Management Presentations|
|Revenue NSW can provide FREE speakers to present at:
Team meetings, forums, expos, conferences, workshops, interagency meetings, Community events, etc.
|Being Well Podcast Series|
|Each podcast tackles an important mental health topic and provides insight and expert knowledge from and for health professionals.
Topics include: Diversity Online - Psychological Support for LGBTIQ People, Non-Pharmacological Management of Chronic Pain and a range of 'Talking with Experts' discussions.
|Community Legal Centres NSW (CLCNSW) 2018 Directory & Guide|
|Community legal centres (CLCs) are independent community organisations that provide legal assistance to people and communities at the times that help is most needed. The directory can help you direct constituents facing issues such as economic disadvantage, hardship and various forms of discrimination to the legal services that can assist them. You can use this directory to find which centre(s) services people are in your area and look into ways to work together for the benefit of the community.
|Don't forget to update your Resourcing Parents Profile!!|
|The Practitioners Directory is for those agencies seeking a practitioner to facilitate parenting education events in their centre, or, a practitioner looking to partner with a practitioner in another agency only. This directory lists practitioners from both not-for-profit and private agencies.
If you are a Parenting Group Facilitator in the Hunter Region and would like to be added to our Hunter Parenting Group Facilitators Networking Group please let us know.
|Upcoming Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy Level 1 and 2|
|A Brain Based Attachment Model for Working with Traumatised Children, Young people and their Carers and Families.
Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP) is the model of intervention developed by Dan Hughes over the past three decades. It offers a treatment approach to trauma, loss, and/or other dysregulating experiences, that is based on principles derived from the theories and research of attachment, intersubjectivity, and trauma.
|6 Steps to Resiliense - Are you and your clients Disaster ready?|
|Australian research has found that the community sector is highly vulnerable and unprepared for extreme weather events and natural disasters including;
- 50% of organisations would be unable to operate for at least a week if their service centre or offices were severely damaged and;
- 25% of organisations reported that damage caused by such an event could lead to their permanent closure.
Don’t become a statistic – Get ready.
|Resourcing Parents Term 1 Calendar|
|Please see attached PDF listing Term 1 Parenting Programs in the Hunter New England area that have been uploaded to the Resourcing Parents website.