The Australian Institute of Social Relations (AISR), the training division of Relationships Australia SA, delivers this graduate diploma. It commenced 27 June officially, but there is still time for students to join!
For further enquiries, please contact the AISR on (08) 8245 8100 and for more information about the qualification and/or to enrol, please visit the AISR website.
A therapeutic parenting group. It's free for parents to attend so is suitable for anyone on any income with children aged 0-5 and wanting to enhance the quality of relationships with their children and to gain support with their parenting challenges.
Limited places available, for children 5-15yrs. Circus tricks workshop, games and activities. Meals included - $50pp.
Brain Injury SA is presenting a compelling line-up of experts who will share their knowledge and experiences of acquired brain injury (ABI) in the 2016 Assuming Control program. All sessions held at SAHMRI.
The event is for Mentors (aged 18-30) and Mentees (aged 11-18) who are already in the mentoring program, and other young people who want to join. You will get to meet representatives from Julia Farr Youth, hear their stories, and learn what the committee is about.
There will be games, activities, talks and a team challenge!
Funded by SA Health in association with Life Design Counselling, written and choreographed by Nikki Allen and written by Sean Riley. A loved one/friend/son/brother takes their life. The ground shifts forever. What will grow in this fragile earth? How long will the aftershocks be felt?
Programs are available for up to 7 participants who are living with mental illness and who receive regular support from a family member or friend. Carers are also welcome to attend or can take a break from their regular caring responsibilities.
This is a popular dynamic course for parents feeling overwhelmed, intimidated or overpowered by defiant behaviours or violence and abuse inflicted upon them by their child or children (8-18 years). See the flyer and registration forms for more info.
For registrations or enquiries please contact Nicole on 8405 6867 or Kay at Centacare Hindmarsh 8210 8200.
This free event is for people living with disability and families. Join with Sam Paior, parent and advocate from The Growing Space, to learn the nuts and bolts of the NDIS - what it's all about, how it works and how to make the most of it.
- You will come away understanding:
- What the NDIS is
- Who is eligible and how to apply
- How to plan for your planning meeting
- What supports the NDIS can fund
- How the money stuff works
- How to choose providers and support workers.
Limited places available, for children/young people 13-16yrs. A winter wonderland camp at Clayton Bay.
In five years Leeds has turned around outcomes for vulnerable children. Can we do the same in South Australia?
Lessons from Child Friendly Leeds, Nigel Richardson - an event hosted by Junction Austrralia, Together SA, Southern Regional Alliance and a range of partners in State and Local Government.