What does Ngala do?
What does Ngala do?
Ngala assists parents, carers and families like yours through the ups and downs of raising children. Our support starts before pregnancy and continues through the school years, right up to young adulthood. Every child and every family is different.
How much does it cost to stay at Ngala?
The cost per session is $350.00. Ngala Helpline is a telephone information and support service. This operates from 8am-8pm seven days per week. It is the cost of a local call or for country users as there is a 1800 number to call.
What does Ngala stand for?
The name Ngala was chosen from Aboriginal Noongar language and means ‘we two, the dual between parents and children’.
How do I get help for parenting?
Call 1300 1300 52 Parent Line is a free telephone counselling and support service for parents and carers with children aged 0 to 18 who live in NSW.
What is a child health nurse?
Child and family health nurses support families with babies and children aged 0-6 years. Your child and family health nurse can help you with things like health, development, behaviour, immunisation, feeding and settling. Your child will have regular appointments at set ages as she grows.
Is there therapy for parenting?
Parenting therapy is a specialized form of therapy that works with parents to help them face difficult moments in parenting. Parenting therapy also helps parents identify, address, and manage their own past or present experiences that may be affecting the way they relate to their child.
How do you deal with a difficult child?
Extra help with difficult behaviour
- talk to your health visitor – they will be happy to support you and suggest some new strategies to try.
- visit the Family Lives website for parenting advice and support, or phone their free parents’ helpline on 0808 800 2222.
- download the NSPCC’s guide to positive parenting.
What’s a child nurse called?
Children’s nurses are also called paediatric nurses.
Why should parents go to therapy?
A therapist or other mental health professional can help parents learn to cope with this. Therapists may also help parents learn how to reach out to their children, when possible. Some parents cope with issues outside the home or in their personal relationships. They may struggle with finances or health.
Where can I get a Ngala program in Perth?
You can find Ngala programs in Rockingham, Joondalup, Perth, Kensington, Midland, Geraldton and Carnarvon. Individual Consultations 30-minute consults with a Ngala Child Health Nurse to discuss any area of parenting support or child development.
Where does Ngala residential parenting service take place?
Ngala’s Residential Parenting Service (NRPS) works along side you, raising your child for their very best outcome. Our Ngala Residential Parenting Service provide Day Stays and Extended Stay services, delivered at Ngala’s Private Hospital in the Perth suburb of Kensington.
What’s the story of Ngala in Western Australia?
About Ngala. The story of Ngala is a community story. It’s the future of Western Australian families guided by nearly 130 years’ experience in parenting and child development. This guidance has the power to give parents and carers a sigh of relief, a feeling that they’re in safe hands with our team. But this is just the beginning of the journey.
What to expect during a hospital stay in Ngala?
Your stays and sessions will address parenting concerns such as sleep and settling, feeding and nutritional difficulties, child development and behaviour concerns, anxiety and postnatal depression, parent child relationship difficulties and other factors putting the family at risk.
What does Ngala do? Ngala assists parents, carers and families like yours through the ups and downs of raising children. Our support starts before pregnancy and continues through the school years, right up to young adulthood. Every child and every family is different. How much does it cost to stay at Ngala? The cost per…