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Visit Website Aboriginal Parenting WA Guides ‘Guiding our children, our way’ is a set of 12 Parenting WA Guides which have been written for and by Aboriginal people. The guides cover the following topics: 1 – Our Children, our families, our way 2 – Now you are a parent 3 – Role models 4 – […]
Visit Website Even though we might live in another town or somewhere else, we are all still part of our community and can still help with the growing up of our kids. This growing up is at the heart for us as a community. It lets our kids have close contact with their relatives. Our […]
Visit Website Get to know your baby Every baby is different, even in the same family. Babies grow and learn faster than at any other time of their life. Your baby is learning lots of things from you. Know that your baby needs you to feed her, comfort her, give her warmth and love as […]
Visit Website Good role models teach us good behaviours and values of living … right from wrong, how to treat people and the things around us. Good role models (Aboriginal and non- Aboriginal) can give us strength and help us feel proud to be Aboriginal. Even though things change or go wrong in our family, […]
Visit Website Our identity brings unity. It’s our family ties. It’s knowing about how we all fit together. We need to know who we are, where we’ve come from, where we are now and where we’re going.And we need to feel good about it and good about ourselves. We want our kids to know our […]
Visit Website This Program is recognised as an integral component of the Aboriginal health reform agenda, particularly in relation to national, state and territory policy frameworks and community-based interventions.
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