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About Ngala

Ngala works towards a community where:

    • Children and young people are healthy, safe, respected and develop to their full potential.
    • Parents and young people are knowledgeable, skilled, confident and supported.
    • Parents and children enjoy positive interactions and relationships.
 Children and young people are healthy, safe, respected and develop to their full potential.
 Parents and young people are knowledgeable, skilled, confident and supported.
 Parents and children enjoy positive interactions and relationships. Children and young people are healthy, safe, respected and develop to their full potential.
 Parents and young people are knowledgeable, skilled, confident and supported.
 Parents and children enjoy positive interactions and relationships.

What we do:

Ngala works with and for families and community members to enhance their experience of parenting and the development of children and young people.

What we are committed to and focus on:

    • Listening, hearing and responding to the voice of the child and young person. 
    • Innovation that is driven by the views of families, communities, practice experience, education and research. 
    • An approach which is inclusive and focuses on the strengths of communities, families, children, our staff and volunteers.

What we want to achieve:

    • Children and young people have improved wellbeing and sense of belonging. 
    • Parents are more confident and able to delight in their children. 
    • Parents are more responsive, flexible and perceptive. 
    • Families have enhanced parenting skills. 
    • Communities have access to information on the importance of the early, middle and adolescent years. 
    • Communities are connected and supported.

How we will do it:

    • Work with communities to identify and deliver a diverse range of quality services. 
    • Research, evaluate and develop services to meet the needs of WA families and communities and expand access to parenting support.
    • Advocate for families, children and young people in line with our vision. 
    • Build a sustainable organisation that demonstrates continuous improvement. 
    • Develop a skilled, knowledgeable and diverse workforce.

The term ‘parents’ is inclusive of mothers and fathers (including people who identify as LGBTI) as well as other primary carers including step-parents, foster carers and extended family members.

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  • Early Parenting Groups

    Early Parenting Groups

    When: 20 Nov, 9:30am

    Where: Singleton

    Birth to 4 months: A 5-week series of workshops for parents with a newborn baby. Each workshop covers a wide range of topics about you and your new baby and provides the opportunity to meet and connect with other new parents in your local area.


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