Together4Kids (T4K) is a specialist therapeutic service for children 0-12 years of age who have experienced family and domestic violence and/or homelessness. In addition to providing individual and therapeutic group programs for children and families, T4K also offer professional development and training to staff working in the homelessness and domestic violence sectors. Continue Reading
“Not a Game Worth Betting On” is taking place on Tuesday, 12th September at 12 pm with the year 8s at Le Fevre High School in collaboration with Uni SA’s Sports Connect Program.
Family Forum discusses what supports there are for autistic children in mainstream schooling…
School is just around the corner! Here are some hints and tips you can use to prepare your children for school transition over the holidays. Continue Reading
Connect2U – free community event will be held on Thursday, 13 October from 10 am – 2 pm at Karrendi Primary School, Parafield Gardens. Continue Reading
A memorial to parents, adoptees and families who suffered loss through forced adoptions was unveiled by Premier Jay Weatherill on Thursday 14 July, four years after he apologised in State Parliament for policies that allowed the forced removal of children from their mothers.
Enhancing child and adolescent well-being and preventing violence in school and early childhood settings
Over three days the Student Wellbeing and Prevention of Violence Centre (SWAPv) brings together national and international researchers in the field of promoting student wellbeing, positive mental health, preventing violence and aggression, bullying and cyberbullying, and other related fields.
The Neighbour Day ‘Tell Us Your Story’ competition invites people in communities around the country to share their stories of an extraordinary neighbour, or an amazing neighbourly act.
Friday 12 February marks the 8th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generation.
The 9th Anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations will take place on Monday 13 February at Veale Gardens to remember the thousands that gathered at Elder Park on the morning of the Apology in 2008.