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Posts Tagged ‘Scoping’

Mt Druitt Scoping Report

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Welcome to Mt Druitt! Download the Mt Druitt Scoping Report. Mount Druitt, or “Mounty County” as it is affectionately known by the locals, is a community of contrasts. Shattered glass, boarded-up shops covered in graffiti and burnt-out cars sit alongside community breakfasts, kids clubs, and free plant giveaways. Many people volunteer their time to help others, and most wouldn’t want…

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Meeting families in Mount Druitt

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

My name is Julie Hinder, and I've recently joined Family by Family as a Family Coach. What an awesome two weeks I have had meeting families in Mount Druitt! These families kindly invited our staff into their homes so that we could get a realistic, grassroots view of this wonderful community. We have heard some exciting and creative things that…

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Welcome to Mount Druitt

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

My name's Angela and I'm a Family Coach based in Mount Druitt. As a local, I'm excited to be welcoming the team here - I’ve lived in Mount Druitt for 24 years with my growing family which consists of my partner, my daughter who is 26, my son who’s 16, and my two grandchildren who are two years old and three…

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Playford Scoping Report

Monday, April 23, 2012

After 2 months, spending heaps of time hanging out with families and services in Playford we are proud to announce the launch of our Playford Scoping Report. The report looks at the some of the changes we will have to make to the Marion model for it to work well in Playford. It also includes heaps of photos and stories…

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Playford Open Day

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

We invited a whole bunch of families from Playford to give them the opportunity to get to know a bit more about Family by Family. Families got to do heaps of fun stuff, like making kites, decorate cupcakes and a family portrait. A competition to build the tallest tower out of   spaghetti, play dough, marshmallows, wooden sticks, straws was…

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