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Mobile Community Hub announcement

We’re deeply saddened to announce that Mobile Community Hub will cease providing free services to the community as Government funding for this project has finished. Our last free supported playgroup will be at Plumpton Neighbourhood Centre 9:30am-11:30am on Thursday 7 June 2018. Families can still access free supported playgroups and parenting programs through Familylinks.

We’d like to thank Jodie our Playgroup Facilitator for her hard work and dedication over the last two years and wish her the best of luck in her future endeavours. Rebecca will remain with Growing Early Minds transitioning across to the early intervention team on as the Business Support Officer and can still be contacted at [email protected] if you require any assistance or support.

Even though our funding has ceased, we'd still like to work together

Mobile Community Hub can still provide programs and services to organisations, groups or the community through agreed arrangements. If this is something you or your organisation is interested in, contact us today.

Growing Early Mind’s Mobile Community Hub aims to provide links and easy access to services for families and their children. Using a familiar, friendly space, such as a school or community centre, Mobile Community Hub gives families:

  • Health services and support
  • Local education support
  • Easy access to information
  • Learning enrichment opportunities with the wider community

Mobile Community Hub’s programs

We offer a wide range of programs. Our programs focus on building and encouraging meaningful interactions between child and caregiver, as well as focus on health and well-being. Our programs include:

  • Supported playgroups
  • Developmental checks and workshops across the following disciplines:
    • Speech-language pathology
    • Occupational therapy
    • Dietetics
    • Psychology
    • Behaviour support
  • Parenting programs and classes
    • Triple P (The Power of Positive Parenting)
    • Sing&Grow (music therapy)
    • Job seeking programs
    • Sewing
    • Craft
    • Cooking
    • Exercise classes
      • Mums and bubs yoga
      • Bootcamp/group fitness classes
  • Children’s programs and classes
    • PALS (Play and Learn to Socialise)
    • DRUMBEAT (Social and emotional skills)
    • Read and rhyme time/story mat
  • Other community programs and classes
    • Baby massage
    • Coffee and chat with access to allied health therapists
  • Health checks
  • Indigenous programs

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