Download File Presentation of a social and emotional wellbeing framework applied in working with Aboriginal families so that change can occur in the Aboriginal community to reduce stigma and break down access barriers.
Download File A participatory approach to developing an Indigenous resource package that has resulted in a collection of resources that conceptualise quality early childhood practice. PowerPoint for this presentation is available – please contact SNAICC.
Download File Introducing the benefits of Indigenous Family Day Care Educators caring for Indigenous children in their community.
Download File A presentation introducing this DVD that was specifically produced to present a culturally appropriate resource for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents going through separation, to help them understand the effects of high parental conflict on children.
Download File A hands-on 90-minute workshop designed to involve early childhood educators who are interested in exploring practical solutions to implementing best practice principles.
Download File This yarning circle is coordinated by SNAICC policy staff and will be presented by several service providers including: Lisa Coulson, Director, Tasmanian Aboriginal Child Care Association (TACCA), Louise Cave, Director, Birrelee MACS (NSW) and Stacey Brown, Director, Yappera Children’s Services Victoria.
Download File The aim of the Brutha’s Day Out (BDO) program is to build stronger connections between Aboriginal men by their participation in cultural activities, which build self- esteem and strengthen the role of Aboriginal men in relation to each other, their family and community.