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Doordarnbee muggy jarjums: growing up strong jarjums: includes North Coast of NSW Bundjalung language and Yaegl dialect (2005)

Author

New South Wales Department of Community Services

Publisher

North Coast Area Health Service

City

North Coast, NSW

Type

Booklet

 

Description

This resource was designed for Indigenous parents and family workers living on the Far North Coast of NSW. It provides information on good child development practices such as cuddling, playing, singing, reading, listening, telling stories and talking, as well as what children do at different ages, examples of activities and games, and contacts to help with parenting.

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Contact details

Kylie Coldwell
Families NSW - Far North Coast
Community Services
PO Box 1300
Ballina NSW 2478
Ph: (02) 6683 5615
Email: kylie.coldwell@facs.nsw.gov.au

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Last updated: 1 October 2013
 
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