- Babies and children’s set of Parenting WA Guides launched
- Children’s Week events from October 20-28, 2012
Western Australian parents now have access to two new parenting guides, to help families with one of the most important jobs - raising children.
Community Services Minister Robyn McSweeney today launched the babies and children’s set of Parenting WA guides, at Brookman House in Langford, as part of the 2012 Children’s Week celebrations.
“Raising children can be a demanding task, especially within the pressures families face today,” Mrs McSweeney said.
“So it is important to get as much information and advice as possible and these tip sheets on raising babies and children are just one part of the many resources provided by Parenting WA to support families in their role of raising healthy, happy and confident children.”
The babies and children parenting guides cover topics including discipline; sibling rivalry; self-esteem; learning to talk; and bedwetting.
In July, the Minister launched parenting guides Guiding our children, our way, which have been written by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people.
Parenting guides on raising teenagers will be released in the coming months.
Children’s Week 2012 opened with last Sunday’s Whiteman Park Family FunSafe Day and celebrations continue during the week with free events throughout the State.
Children’s Week 2012 events in WA: http://www.childrensweekwa.org.au
- Parenting WA Guides free at:
Minister's office - 6552 6500