A 7 week program that assist women to identify and understand the dynamics and impact of family violence and understand the meaning of healthy relationships.
Safety, Trust, Hope, Respect, Love, Equality, Independence, Choice
Women who have experienced family violence in their relationships.
Term 3 is fully booked.
Accepting expressions of interest for Term 4 2018.
Please note: Participants interested in this program are required to contact the group worker directly
Learning in a step by step process that we have to follow, we can’t reach the last step without stepping the first step. If we as educators succeed in building trust and connectivity then learning is fun. “To be in your children’s memories tomorrow, you have to be in their lives today”.
Windermere staff joined the recent ‘Say NO to Family Violence’ campaign. November was family Violence Prevention month, a time for reflection by all. Early prevention and intervention is key and we all have a responsibility to raise awareness of the impact family violence has on so many in our local community.Read more
Some children thrive best in a small group environment with one on one attention. For these children, Family Day Care is a sound choice. Flexibility is another reason why Family Day Care is such a popular option.Read more
Eve was a premature baby and had a lot of health issues including trouble feeding resulting in delayed growth. This meant having a peg fitted into Eve's tummy to ensure she received the correct amount of nutrients and kilojoules everyday which was closely monitored by a dietician. When we first met Eve and her family, they where using a long day care service however, their GP referred them to Windermere.Read more
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