Country Families @ Ngala
Ngala have partnered with WACHS to provide free child health and parenting information and support to families with children from birth to 8 years of age living in regional, rural and remote WA .
In Partnership with the WA Country Health Service (WACHS). The following services are available:
Online ‘Live Chat’
Chat with a Ngala Child Health Nurse! Available 9am to 11am Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
You can access this service by simply clicking on the Chat box at the bottom of this page.
Please check the box in the chat window to indicate you agree to the terms and conditions of this service.
Terms & Conditions:
Any information or advice provided to you through use of this application is given by a Ngala Child Health Nurse and is based on the best assessment of the issues you have disclosed over this application. If you are still concerned, please take your child or the child in your care to see a doctor, or Child Health Nurse.
Online Early Parenting Groups (0 – 6 months) – Tuesday Afternoons
Our Early Parenting Group Workshops include topics for new parents, covering sleep, feeding, play and learning, starting solids and bonding with your baby.
These workshops will be a combination of parenting information, Q & A and group discussion.
Please register your interest below:
Online Parenting Workshops (6 – 8 years) – Thursday Afternoons
Online Custom Workshops (0 – 8 years) – Wednesday and Friday Afternoons
We will be offering a regular program of online workshops on sleeping, mealtimes, toileting and behaviour.
30-minute consults with a Ngala Child Health Nurse to discuss any area of parenting support or child development.
These can be provided by Video Conference or over the phone.
Join a community of other country families at our Facebook group!
You can find us here: CountryFamilies@Ngala.
Country Families Home Visiting Service in Perth
Supported by the WA Country Health Service, Ngala provides a Child Health Nurse home visiting service to country families in Perth, who have their baby in the metropolitan area.
Families can self refer or be referred by health professional.
To register/enquire, please contact by mobile: 0406463506 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MyTime Rural Remote
MyTime Rural Remote is an online program developed to provide free parenting information and support to families with children with a disability, developmental delay or chronic medical condition living in regional, rural and remote WA.
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