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May 2013

Do You Live in Moonee Valley, Wyndhamvale or Altona North?

Posted:Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Author:Kerrie Gottliebsen

In conjunction with community partners, Tweddle is looking to introduce MyTime groups to Moonee Valley, Wyndhamvale and Altona North. Expressions of interest are sought from parents, carers and grandparents with a child aged 0-16 with a disability, developmental delay or chronic illness. MyTime provides local peer support, a friendly environment and play helpers for children. Read more...

Mums in Prison getting support from Tweddle thanks to The Mary Mackillop Foundation

Posted:Monday, 27 May 2013

Author:Kerrie Gottliebsen

Tweddle provides parenting education to mums and dads in prison. Thanks to the Mary Mackillop Foundation, women at Tarrengower Prison are now participating in group sessions that help them with parenting as they prepare to return to their families and community.Read more...

Tweddle commend the release of 'Victoria's Vulnerable Children' strategy 2013-2022

Posted:Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Author:Kerrie Gottliebsen

It’s been twelve months since the Government and the Protecting Victoria's Vulnerable Children's Inquiry Panel handed down their comprehensive report and vision for systemic change to services for vulnerable families. This has been followed by the Victoria’s Vulnerable Children – Our Shared Responsibility strategy.Read more...

Developmental delay and disability resources on Tweddle's MyTime Page

Posted:Monday, 13 May 2013

Author:Kerrie Gottliebsen

My time is now building a resources section for families of children with a developmental delay or disability. We’ve just updated our section to include links to incredibly useful resources from the Raising Children Network, the Royal Children’s Hospital and the Association for Children with a Disability. Read more...

Tweddle Recognises International Nurses Day

Posted:Thursday, 9 May 2013

Author:Kerrie Gottliebsen

International Nurses Day on May 12th is held each year on the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. Tweddle recognises the valuable contribution provided by our team of experienced nurses who work around the clock for vulnerable families. Every one of our forty nurses dedicate themselves to the work of helping parents through incredibly stressful times when support is desperately needed. Read more...

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