PROGRAMS FOR FAMILIES
KENG facilitates a number of programs that provide support for families and children.
Bringing up Great Kids – Childhood Development
This program presents parents/carers with knowledge about childhood development, connection with others and an opportunity to reflect on their communication with children. This program aims
Wilbert Worm Literacy Program
The WWLP is a regular event held once a term to promote the benefits of reading, literacy and numeracy in the early years, celebrate with
Wheel of Wellbeing Workshops
Wheel of Wellbeing (WoW) explores everyday ways to improve wellbeing using the WoW framework of Body-be Active, Mind- Keep Learning, Spirit- give, People- connect, Place-
Sewing Group with childcare provided
This group provides a social and creative opportunity for parents to connect and have some respite from their children. Currently being held at Kingston East
What Were We Thinking? First Baby Program
WWWT Is an innovative program, developed by Monash University for parents of their first baby. The program introduces strategies for managing the transition to parenting,
Magic 123 and Emotion Coaching
This program aims to equip parents and carers skills to manage challenging behaviours. Topics include understanding early brain development, supporting children to respond more flexibly
Circle of Security Parenting Program
This program aims to educate parents about parent-child attachments, how to foster secure attachments within their families and how to use reflection
Men’s Health Week – Conversations That Matter
Conversations That Matter Blokepedia, in partnership with Kingston East Neighbourhood Group (KENG) and Logan City Council, are hosting a special online Men’s Health Week event
School Holiday Programs
Great activities for children, youth and families to make the most of the School Holidays.
Playgroups & Kids Club
Playgroup is an ideal opportunity for parents and children to engage with others make new friends and share in new experiences. Playgroup provides a space
Hello Baby – Infant Massage, Music and Sensory Play
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Kingston East Occasional Childcare provides quality childcare for children 0-5 years between the hours of 8:30 am and 1 pm on a Tuesday to Friday in school terms.
HIPPY is a two-year, Free, home-based, early learning and parenting program for families with young children.