Position Paper: Working Together to Ensure Equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children in the Early Years Discussion Paper: Ensuring Equality Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children in the Early Years Prepared by SNAICC – National Voice for our Children and Early Childhood Australia (ECA), this position paper, and longer discussion paper, highlight key […]
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SNAICC has developed engaging resource packages designed to educate, promote greater understanding and to encourage best-practice when working with our children and families.
The Working with Families kit includes nine valuable resources designed to support services and practitioners working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and Families. It includes ‘Talking Up Our Strengths’ cards which promote discussion and two packs of 10 books – ‘You’re a Dad’ and ‘In my family we are proud to be Nunga’ which can be shared with clients.
Supporting Family Relationships Services to work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and organisations.
26 February 2015 | General Interest A new resource package has been launched to help educators to identify, understand and work effectively with students living with FASD across the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The new information and resource guide — Understanding and addressing the needs of children and young people living with Fetal Alcohol […]
27 January 2015 | Community Announcements All existing employees and volunteers in the child development and family welfare services sectors in New South Wales require a Working With Children Check (WWCC) by 31 March. The Office of the Children’s Guardian (OCG) has released a notification to help inform all organisations within the “child-related” sector – […]
Visit Website This Video provides information for health professionals about engaging with Aboriginal women who may be experiencing mental health issues during pregnancy or early parenthood. The information is provided by Aboriginal clinicians who work with families in the community.
Download File This book is designed to provide information and ideas for those who work in a creche – especially in remote indigenous communities. The accompanying DVD contains the printing files for useful resources, such as activity sheets, administrative forms, posters and books.
Download File Published by the Secretariat of National Aboriginal & Islander Child Care Inc. (SNAICC) Suite 8, Level 1, 252–260 St Georges Road North Fitzroy Victoria 3068 Ph: (03) 9489 8099 Fax: (03) 9489 8044 Email: email@example.com Web: www.snaicc.org.au Published March 2010 Working and Walking Together: Supporting Family Relationship Services to Work with Aboriginal and […]