Dr Jamie Lee, Deborah Lockwood and Dr Rebecca Feo explain how our Together4Kids (T4K) service uses the PACES tool to measure the impact we are having on our T4K clients, in a recent edition of Parity magazine. Continue Reading
Children & Young People
Family and Relationships services have been challenged to engage families well before they ‘break down’ and leave someone to ‘pick up the pieces’. Continue Reading
On 11 September 2014, our Together4Kids team received a NAPCAN Play Your Part Award, recognising their great work with children in the homeless sector. Continue Reading
Congratulations, you made a human being! Being a dad is one of the most amazing and rewarding things you can do in life, but it can also be pretty scary and daunting at times.
Having someone completely rely on you, trying to support your partner and trying to maintain a sense of normality amongst all the nappies, crying, vomiting and chaos can be a challenge.
But don’t worry! We asked some seasoned fathers to tell us their top tips for new dads and here’s what they had to say… Continue Reading
Last night the exhibition Enslaved in a Magdalene Laundry was opened by artist Anne Newmarch OAM and the Executive Director of the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, Jacinta Thompson in Adelaide. There was a large audience in attendance, including the former President of Ireland, Ms Mary McAleese. Continue Reading
Ensuring children attend school every day is vitally important as it gives children the best chance for a good start in life.
The Remote School Attendance Strategy is a Federal Government initiative in which School Attendance Officers and School Attendance Supervisors work with schools, families, parents, and community organisations to ensure all children attend school every day. Continue Reading
On 14 July, staff from our Marion office took part in an International Children’s Day celebration at Hackham West Community Centre. Continue Reading
A new website developed by Relationships Australia (SA) has been launched this week, offering expert advice and practical tips to help tackle video game obsession in young people. Continue Reading
Nearly half of all parent relationships in Australia end in separation. Children don’t always know how they feel about the separation and many will experience a mixture of conflicting emotions.
Clear as Mud helps children and young people make sense of parent separation. Continue Reading
Together4Kids (T4K), Relationships Australia (SA)’s service dedicated to homeless families, was recently evaluated by the sector, in order to find out more about the sector’s experiences in engaging with T4K services, including referring clients and taking part in professional development training. Continue Reading