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Ngala is recognised for its excellence in matters relating to early parenting and early childhood development. Ngala adopts an evidence based approach to service planning, development and delivery.

Ngala employs highly skilled and passionate staff across a range of disciplines. This includes nursing, social work, psychology, early childhood education, community development and administration.

Ngala staff work in interdisciplinary teams using strength based approach to guide their way of working with families.

We are a growing organisation and there are opportunities to work across a range of exciting service areas at Ngala




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  • Important Changes to Ngala Services

    Important Changes to Ngala Services

    Due to recent funding changes for parenting services in WA by the Department for Local Government and Communities, some current services will close and others will open.



  • Ngala at Hawaiian Centres

    Ngala at Hawaiian Centres

    When: Feb 06 - Jun 19

    Come learn about sleep, solids and play for babies & toddlers at Hawaiian Shopping Centres.


  • Let's Sleep

    Let's Sleep

    When: 28 Feb, 9:30am

    Where: Swan View

    6 - 12 months. Is your baby having difficulty around sleep? Ngala provides a one-off workshop to help parents understand more about their baby's sleep. Information will be provided on sleep and settling strategies.

QuestionPro has graciously provided their software to help us make better decisions than ever before. Their powerful feedback software makes tracking and analysing critical data easier and more effective, and we are able to more quickly and transparently deliver data to our stakeholders and across our entire organizational influence.”