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Bringing UP Great Kids!

Be the responsive, caring, role modelling parent or carer that you want to be for the young children in your care. Learn what sort of parent you are, recollect your experiences as a child and make informed choices as to the world you foster for children. The Bringing Up Great Kids Program has been identified as an Evidence Based Program by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services. Bringing Up Great Kids has also been formally evaluated by a leading Australian Institute, finding that it reached its six stated objectives: • Parents will learn more about the origins of their own parenting style and how it can be more effective. • Parents will identify the important messages they want to convey to their children and how to achieve this. • Parents will understand the messages that children communicate to their parents and how. • Parents will discover how to overcome some of the obstacles that are getting in the way of being the kind of parent they would like to be. • Parents will discover ways to take care of themselves and to find support when they need it. • Parents will develop strategies to manage their parenting approach despite the mounting pressures on their time and role. This popular parenting program will be offered four times throughout 2018: 12.30-4.30pm Tuesdays 13, 20 and 27 March, 9.00-1.00pm Fridays 1, 8 and 15 June, 12.30-4.30 Wednesdays 5, 12 and 19 September and finally 9.00-1.00pm Thursdays 8, 15 and 22 November. Book in now for the up coming course in March. Contact Reception on 8923 4999 or



5 Shepherd Street


NT 0800


Postal Address:

GPO Box 4193


NT 0801

13/03/2018 - 27/03/2018
Number of Sessions:
12:30 PM - 04:30 PM
Days of the week:

All short courses provide general information and skills. Content may not be specific to each         participants’ circumstances.

AU $150 per Person
Concession Cost:
AU $220 per Couple
Payment Details:
Relationship Australia’s policy on equity ensures no person is disadvantaged due to considerable financial hardship. Fees may be negotiated in situation of considerable financial hardship.
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