Individual Consultations

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.

To book a session, please click here.

 


Country Dads’ SMS Service

Information, resources and tips for Country Dads sent via SMS or EMAIL.
This new service provides 12 messages over 12 weeks for dads with newborns, to help you to better understand dad’s role in bringing up baby.

To Register please click here

 


Facebook Group –  Live Chat / Tutorials / Live Sessions

Join a community of other country families on our private Facebook group and receive updated parenting tips, resources and connections.
We have Tutorial Videos, FB Live sessions (which can be viewed later) and interesting posts on all things parenting for children 0-8 yrs.

You can find us here: CountryFamilies@Ngala.


‘Live Chat’ via Facebook

Chat with a Ngala Child Health Nurse via Private Messaging.

You can access this service by joining our Facebook Group and posting your questions.

(please note this service may not be available on some days and it excludes public holidays)

Current Session Times Below:

  • Wednesday 9am – 10.30am
  • Friday 1pm – 2.30pm

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.


Tutorials via Facebook

See our Ngala Child Health Nurse discuss various parenting topics through our pre-recorded videos.

You can access this service by joining our Facebook Group.

 

Becoming a Parent & Getting to know Your Baby 17th January

 

  • Becoming a parent is an amazing experience in so many ways.
  • It is an incredible time in your life. It can also be very demanding, both physically and emotionally.
  • This recording will discuss getting to know your baby, taking care of yourself and ways to cope with an unsettled baby
  • (0-3 months)

 

Back to School & New to School Guide 12th January

  • Discussing parenting tips and tricks for getting kids ready to go back to school after the summer school holidays
  • how to help our Kindy kids have a smoother transition into starting school.
  • We will talk about ways to help coach your child and build your child’s confidence in this next big stage.
  • (4 – 8 years)


Live Sessions via Facebook (these can still be viewed)

Join our Ngala Child Health Nurse, ask questions and gain useful tips during our Live Facebook stream.

You can access this service by joining our Facebook Group.

 

Self Care for Parents – 15th January, 10.30am

  • Self-care is often not high on our to-do list but is something we need to prioritize as parents.
  • Join Jill as she chats to one of Ngala’s Social Workers Lesley
  • We will talk about:
    • what self-care can look like
    • and some simple ways to fit it into our lives.
  • (for parents)

 

Dads and Kids Please Note Date Change 28th January, 12pm

  • Dads and father figures play a unique and important role in children’s development.
  • The most significant contribution you make is through your everyday interactions with your little ones.
  • This Facebook live session will discuss how to have some “special Dad time “ with your little one and the benefits for you both
  • Guest Speaker: Keith Read from Dads WA (0-8 years)

 

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