WHERE ARE WE?
Following are links to some organisations that you may find of interest.
26 for Babies is a coalition of organisations (including NZPF) who are working to build public awareness and encourage the Government to ensure that the objective of Sue Moroney’s Bill is achieved: longer paid parental leave in the interests of babies and their families.
Free information for new and expectant parents
Hints, tips and links on parenting issues. From dealing with moody teenagers through to keeping the kids busy on a rainy day, you’re bound to find a few gems to assist you in your day-to-day life as a parent.
Immunisation advisory service. Make an informed choice - read BOTH sides of the story!
Immunisation Awareness Society: Presenting information for informed choices about immunisation.
Japan Playcentre Association. After many visits and negotiations with Japan, in 2000 the then NZPF president Ms Candy Smith introduced Playcentre in Japan. While they embrace the NZPF philosopies the Japan Playcentre Association is independent of the New Zealand Federation. Click on this text for the link to go their website.
La Leche League: Breastfeeding and parenting information and support.
Ministry of Education - Lead ECE website.
Ministry of Education - Online version of Education Gazette
Mothers Network: Parent Support and new mothers' groups.
NCW is a network of women's organisations of Aotearoa New Zealand aims to serve women, the family and community at local, national and international level.
Parent to Parent: an information and support network for parents of children with special needs.
Parent.org engage with government on behalf of parents. They promote a social capital model, which means doing for parents what rogernomics did for business - turning an environment that is focused on failure into one which is focused on success. Click on text to go to their site.
Parents Centre: Parenting information and support.
Reach Me: Connecting people with products. Free packs for mums to be, mums and toddlers and midwives. Delivering you high quality and exciting samples to try.
SKIP is a government funded community based social change programme that supports parents of babies and pre-schoolers to be the best parents they can be.
Supporting Parents Alongside Children's Education The SPACE programme is aimed (mainly) at first time parents and their babies, and has been designed to support parents through the first year of their child's developmental journey.
Toy Library Federation of New Zealand: Borrow toys, games, puzzles and equipment, at minimal cost.
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