The Together 4 Kids team are highly trained in helping kids deal with tough situations, and we’ve got plenty of options for kids of different ages. Give us a call on 8245 8190 to talk about your child or children – we will phone you back if you need.
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How can Together 4 Kids help?
Together 4 Kids can develop a therapeutic support program especially for you and your child’s situation. This may include home visits, a group program for your child or visits at your child’s school. Please contact us directly or talk to your homelessness case manager for more information or a referral.
The following video shares the story of a mother and her son’s experiences working with Together 4 Kids over a period of 3 months. In this story, T4K was able to visit the child at home.
Together 4 Kids has a range of helpful resources for you and your little one/s.
Helping Kids Read
is an awesome website where you can hear families tell stories about reading to kids, find good books and best of all, get ideas about how to help your kids read
Community libraries are very kid friendly these days. They often have events for kids. To find your local library, go to the website of the council area you live in. Sometimes there is more than one library in your area. For example, visit the Adelaide City Library Website
Watch this video – teach your kids the ABC
Parents guide to helping teach your kids to read
Doing Fun Things Together
Helping Kids Relax and Sleep
The following resources can help you with your baby:
The following resources are useful for dealing with children’s sleep and relaxation needs:
Aboriginal Parents and Families
You may not know what to expect when you and your children are supported by a Domestic and Family Violence or a Homelessness service. This film shows a culturally appropriate intake and assessment of a young Aboriginal mother and her son, which will give you an idea of what you can expect when you come to access a service.
Kamamirna Kakirra is a 20 minute film which highlights the healing power of culture. You might like to watch this with your children to strengthen their identify and connection to culture and country.