Kylie came to Family by Family after experiencing the death of her husband. She met Kerry who’s kindness and understanding through the loss of her own son brought the two together through shared experiences.
Teresa had come from a background of depression after the loss of a friend to suicide. Teresa met Maree who also had loss in her life and their shared experiences helped Teresa through her grief.
Alecia was struggling with anxiety and felt judged by society after a tough childhood. Kimberley was able to share with Alecia how to be more confident about herself and her ability to be a parent for her daughter.
Jessie had multiple services in her life and she wanted help creating a normalised family life for her son Beau. With Family by Family, Jessie and Beau learned new ways to be a family.
Sue’s goal was to bring her family together after a really challenging period in her life. She made a strong and enduring connection with her Sharing Family that continues today.
I arrived in Australia eight years ago with my seven-year-old daughter. My Family would not have the purpose and satisfaction it had without this “Incredible Movement of LOVE” that it is…Family by Family
South Australian child protection reports reveal that one in four children under the age of 10 are being reported to child protection authorities. Alumni Family by Family Mum, Nicole talks about how Family by Family helped her family change direction.
Recent research shows that it’s not just the kids that benefit from time with their grandparents – the connection works both ways too.
Our coach Kveta Vlotman talks to SA Weekend about how important sport is to kids health and social wellbeing.
We have been a sharing family for just under a year and it’s been such a positive experience for all of us. We’ve made lifelong friendships which see us reach our goals and help us help our seeking families.
Sharing Family mum Nicole Lindsay talks about how Family by Family helped her turn her life around.
My role as a Family Coach has provided me with the most incredible insight to what it really looks like when we allow families to be the experts in their own lives.