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Growing up strong Buraay: includes Riverina, Murray and Central West Wiradjuri language (2009)

Author

New South Wales Community Services

Publisher

Families Human Services NSW

City

Sydney

Type

Booklet

 

Description

This resource was created for Indigenous parents, families and community workers in Wiradjuri country - the Riverina, Murray and central west regions of New South Wales. It provides information on good parenting and community practices such as cuddling, playing, singing, reading, listening, telling stories and talking, as well as giving information on what babies and children do at different ages, and examples of games and activities. This resource also provides contacts to help with parenting. Where possible, the resource uses Wiradjuri language and the term 'buraay' is used to describe child.

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Contact details

Families NSW
Ph: (02) 9716 2873
Email: families@community.nsw.gov.au

Communities Division, central west
Ph: (02) 6361 6925

Communities Division, Riverina Murray
Ph: (02) 6937 9428

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Last updated: 2 November 2010
 
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