Presentation on theme: "The story so far ……… Lidje,Batdja to Lulla’s. Esmeralda Bamblett had 14 children, speaking to Aunty Geraldine, Mum wanted all her children to have a good."— Presentation transcript:
The story so far ……… Lidje,Batdja to Lulla’s
Esmeralda Bamblett had 14 children, speaking to Aunty Geraldine, Mum wanted all her children to have a good education for employment and housing to lift us out of poverty. All children have succeeded in her wish and have made names in their community. The Children wanted to acknowledge and honor their Mother and name the center Lulla’s.
Weekly Evening Meals Program ‘The wider community is talking about the good stuff that’s happening here – we also do food hampers. We’re getting new enrolments at the centre because families in the community are seeing that this is a good place’ (Interviewee)
Wraparound health and wellbeing support ‘We had a health day where all the children got immunised and got dental checks, hearing and optometrist checks. 15 got checked but we opened the centre to the community’ (Interviewee)
Transition Support from Kinder to Primary School ‘The Family Support Worker has created a greater understanding of the Transition Statements amongst the parents. We had tried everything before but with no results. With the help of..... parents now understand what the Transition Statements are for and even look forward to receiving a copy of the statement’ (Interviewee)
Increased staff capacity to support families All centre staff respondents either agreed or strongly agreed that their family support worker gave them the appropriate training/support to better support families accessing the centre. (Synergistiq Pty Ltd)
Enhanced engagement with families and the community ‘The best thing has been the stronger connections we have formed with the community. The connection has made it easier for our staff to understand the needs of the families we cater for in our community’ (Interviewee)
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