Aboriginal Early Years Support Service
What is Aboriginal Early Years?
The Aboriginal Early Years Program is for Aboriginal families and carers raising children from pre-birth through to children to the age of five.
The Aboriginal Early Years Program takes a holistic approach and recognises the vital importance of Kinship, extended family, Elders and understands the values of the spiritual, cultural, social, emotional, environmental and physical aspects of the family.
The parents and families set their own goals and identify areas on which they would like to focus on with the guidance of our specialized team, allowing the parents to take ownership of their own development in relation to the program content.
Some of the Key areas explored during the program are Pregnancy, Child Development, Physical Health, Social and Emotional Wellbeing, Language and Cognitive Skills, Life Skills, Communication, social inclusion, Self-Care and much more. These topics are delivered using a range of methods including:
- Individual consultations
- Group work
- Community education workshops and events
- After care support services
Who is Aboriginal Early Years for?
The program is for Aboriginal families and carers to assist them from pre-birth through to 5 year old children.
How can Aboriginal Early Years be accessed?
To make an inquiry, phone: 9068 1845.
Where is Aboriginal Early Years located?
The program is available in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Coolgardie, Kambalda, Ninga Mia and surrounding communities.
The program is based in the Kalgoorlie office of Anglicare WA, located at 42 Wilson Street. The office is open Monday to Friday, 8am-4pm.
This Service is funded by the Department of Local Government and Communities.
Artwork by Carol Holland, “Seven Sisters"