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Welcome to the Deadly Tots section of Resourcing Parents. These pages were developed by The Deadly Tots project, funded by Aboriginal Child Health and Family Strategy (ACYFS). To add an event to this Calendar or a notice to this Noticeboard register here. Select Aboriginal in Target Groups section and the event will appear on the Deadly Tots section of the website as well as the Resourcing Parents Website.

The Ngala Nanga Mai pARenT group La Perouse created the beautiful collaborative artwork that has formed the foundation for the Deadly Tot’s resources. The painters describe the main theme shown in the artwork as united communities passing down culture and knowledge through families loving, yarning, singing, reading and playing with their kids. For more about the Painting Project and the other resources created through the Deadly Tots projectgo to the Deadly Tots Project page.

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Aboriginal Events
Interrelate Family Centre
District: South Eastern Sydney
Suburb: CARINGBAH SOUTH
Cost: Free
Phone: 8522 4408
On: Thursday, 03 September 2015
This three-hour program will help fathers to gain the skills necessary to build closer relationships with their children. You will learn to: connect with your children discipline constructively u ... read more
The Deli Women & Children's Centre
District: South Eastern Sydney
Suburb: EASTLAKES
Cost: FREE group with childminding
Phone: 9667 4664
From: Thursday, 03 September 2015
To: Thursday, 10 September 2015
A living skills and personal safety program teaching children about safety and nothing is so awful that we can’t talk about it with someone. read more
Autism Central Coast Inc.
District: Central Coast
Suburb: North Wyong
Cost: Free
Phone: 0407109181
From: Thursday, 03 September 2015
To: Wednesday, 28 December 2016
This is a carers support group for parents and carers of anyone with autism, special needs and mental health. There is morning tea, guest speakers on topics relevant to the group. Come alone and get t ... read more
CatholicCare
District: South Western Sydney
Suburb: CAMPBELLTOWN
Cost: $15
Phone: 46280044
On: Friday, 04 September 2015
School Aged Children - child development, discipline, consequences, communication, negotiating, safety and play read more
Mission Australia
District: South Western Sydney
Suburb: MILLER
Cost: FREE
Phone: 9732 6502
On: Friday, 04 September 2015
Do you care for a child who has ADHD? Come along to our parent support group where you will be able to chat with other parents and learn practical strategies to help with managing challenging behav ... read more
Reach Community Initiatives
District: Northern Sydney
Suburb: RYDE
Cost: Free
Phone: 02 9807 2500
From: Monday, 07 September 2015
To: Monday, 21 September 2015
Habits for Health is a free course for any woman that is interested in learning skills and tips for living a healthier lifestyle by focusing on 3 key areas, physical health, mental health and financia ... read more
Kogarah Community Services and Interrelate
District: South Eastern Sydney
Suburb: CARLTON
Cost: FREE
Phone: (02) 9587 6622
On: Friday, 11 September 2015
In partnership with Interrelate, Kogarah Community Services will deliver a free seminar providing ideas and strategies for developing & strengthening your child’s resilience. This will include str ... read more
CatholicCare
District: South Western Sydney
Suburb: CAMPBELLTOWN
Cost: $15
Phone: 46280044
On: Friday, 11 September 2015
Nurturing the whole family - self esteem, family resilience, assertiveness and nutrition read more
Gymea Community Aid and Information Service Inc.
District: South Eastern Sydney
Suburb: MENAI
Cost: FREE
Phone: 9524 9559
On: Monday, 14 September 2015
Sutherland Shire parents, grandparents & teachers who would like to understand ADD/ADHD & Anxiety in children (up to 12yrs old), are invited to this FREE workshop. Through presentations, case studi ... read more
Bunjum
District: Northern NSW
Suburb: BALLINA WEST
Phone: 0428 412 113
From: Tuesday, 15 September 2015
To: Monday, 05 October 2015
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The Deadly Tots project would like to acknowledge and pay respects to the traditional Aboriginal owners of the land on which they work and they would also like to pay their respect to elders past and present.