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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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  • Friends of Ngala Dinner Dance: Tod Johnston & PeaceLove!

    Friends of Ngala Dinner Dance: Tod Johnston & PeaceLove!

    When: Oct 14 - Oct 15

    Join the team from Friends of Ngala for a spectacular dinner dance at Rambla On Swan with Tod Johnston & PeaceLove to support WA's oldest charity with 100% of profits from ticket, auction and raffle sales going directly to Ngala.


  • Early Parenting Groups

    Early Parenting Groups

    When: 21 Sep, 9:30am

    Where: Aveley

    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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