Ngala provide a range of professional training and consultancy services across a number of areas within early parenting.
The Ngala Professional Education team can work with your organisation to design a specific presentation / training to meet your needs. Please contact 9368-9315 for more information.
To view a list of topics and organisations that we have worked with in the past please click here.
A wide range of training and consulting services related to including fathers in parenting are provided especially for organisations and professional groups such as health and community development staff, hospital nurses, child care workers and disability services workers.
For more information please email DadsWA@ngala.com.au
Click here for a link to our Research Paper- Being Dad to a Child Under Two: Exploring Images and Visions of Fatherhood, Evolving Expectations in a Changing Society.
Building Brains Professional Resources
Early brain development literature has been building over the past 20 years. For workers and agencies, the task of researching and developing evidence then applying into practice can be daunting and time consuming. This package presents key messages about early brain development and the early years in a user friendly and accessible format. It includes workbook, facilitator notes, points for discussions and activities in 3 modules that may be presented separately or as one session. For more information, or to order a copy, visit our online Resource Shop.
In 2012 Ngala developed a new Building Brains for Young Children 0-3yrs DVD. Click here for more information.
The following links may be useful for professionals involved in early childhood.
WA Services directory for mental health services
Child and Youth Health promotes the health, well-being and development of children and families across South Australia by providing health and parenting information based on the latest research and best practice
Sids and Kids: Health promotion and research with the main focus in reducing infant mortality rate.
Father-Inclusive-Framework promotes early intervention and family related services guidelines for understanding and promoting the effects and importance of including fathers for the well being of children and their families.
NAPCAN: The National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect.
CHNWA: Community Health Nurses Website
Other Related Topics
When: 20 Jun, 10:00am
For Grandparents of grandchildren 0 to 6 years. Looks at the important role of grandparents and discusses practical ideas for building and maintaining strong family relationships.