|Australian Childhood Foundation|
|We're putting love at the heart of our story...
You may have noticed that this week we launched our new logo, and with it, we are beginning a new chapter, telling our story a little differently—to express what we believe about the importance of love for all children.
|Family Worker Training and Development Program Upcoming Events|
|Creating professional development opportunities for family support practitioners.||More Information|
|Hamilton South Community Hall|
|Mission Australia’s Newcastle Community Development Program has recently taken over the lease of the Hamilton South Community Hall on Fowler St, Hamilton South. If you would like to make a booking or run a program at the hall we would love to hear from you. Call 0408 376 408 for more information or to book.|
|Invitation to attend further free DJP training|
|‘Victims of Crime with Cognitive Disability’ and a new online course: 'Making Rights Real'
Full details of venues and dates are available on the DJP website as well as the opportunity to register for your local course, and please feel free to pass this invitation on to any other people in your organisation and others you think might be interested in attending.
|Practitioner Training Calendar for all of NSW|
|Practitioner Events - Training for Family Workers and Educators
All district Calendars are available on the Resourcing parents website.
|Siblings Australia 'Mapping Project' - Service Providers Survey|
|Siblings Australia is conducting a national ‘mapping project’ to help better understand where and how siblings of people with disability are being supported, where the gaps are and what people believe should be happening in the area of sibling support.
The mapping project offers multiple surveys, the first one (listed below) is for service providers only with aims to follow up with other ones for parent and siblings as well as one on one discussions with some people to develop a fuller picture.
If you are a service provider who is currently providing sibling support OR if your organisation has provided sibling support in the past, but does no longer OR if you have input into what should be happening in this area, please fill in the survey.
This survey is interested in the following types of sibling support:
1. Direct support that specifically targets and involves siblings
2. Indirect support that addresses sibling issues, but does not directly involve siblings
3. Other broader supports that are not specifically for siblings but may still benefit them.
|Term 3 2017 Parenting Event Calendars|
|Term 3 2017 Parenting Event Calendars.
Reminder for the Key Dates to enter your events on Resourcing Parents:
- 22nd of every Month, to be included in the following month’s newsletter. Or as often as you can, as there are now daily and weekly alerts of programs added.
- Enter your events by the end of 1st week of all School holidays to be included in the Term Calendars (such as this Term 3 one). This allows some time for circulation.
|AIFS 'What Works' survey|
|To better improve our services and online user experience, we want your feedback on how and why you use AIFS publications, websites and services. The feedback you provide in this short online survey will ultimately help us further improve our services in a way that specifically targets your needs.
The survey should take 5 minutes to complete. By taking part you automatically go into the draw to win one of five $50 Readings vouchers.
|NSW Women’s Strategy: The NSW Government invites you to Have Your Say|
|Take the Have Your Say NSW Women’s Strategy Survey.
Women NSW is developing the NSW Women’s Strategy, to improve outcomes for women and girls in every aspect of their lives.
Differences exist between women’s and men’s financial status, education and workforce participation, family and caring responsibilities, health and wellbeing, leadership and decision-making capacity, and experiences of and vulnerability to violence.
We need to understand why they still exist, and identify the change that needs to happen.
|Family Worker Training + Development Programme|
|Evidence Based, Outcome Focused, Local & Cost Effective Professional Development For Family Support Practitioners
Family Worker Training + Development Programme Inc. (FWT+DP) is a non-government, not for profit agency supporting the learning and development of people working with families in western Sydney. FWT+DP delivers a wide range of dynamic and affordable training and other learning and development opportunities on topics and issues current to the needs of individuals and agencies working with families.