This week we proudly celebrate NAIDOC week. This year’s theme celebrates the essential role that women have played – and continue to play – as active and significant role models at the community, local, state and national levels. Parkerville Children and Youth Care are taking part in the celebrations throughout the Perth Metro region. Our […]

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The rising reality of Child Abuse in WA

  In Australia, one in four girls and one in six boys will be abused before the age of 18.   It’s a confronting statistic but one that could also be conservative. According to Parkerville Children and Youth Care Clinical Psychologist Amanda Paton, these numbers could actually be a higher than expected. “The biggest problem […]

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In the Press – The Fathering Project

The Fathering Project helps fathers and father – figures realise how important they are in a child’s life. More engaged dads equal better outcomes for children. Well done to the entire Fathering Project team for your continued efforts in making a difference to the lives of WA kids.

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Parkerville Children and Youth Care announced as winners!

On Wednesday night Parkerville Children and Youth Care were announced as winners at the 2018 Community Services Excellence Awards, acknowledging the work done at our George Jones Child Advocacy Centre and our innovative Multiagency Investigation and Support Team (MIST). We’ve been recognised as a large organisation that has made a positive difference to individuals, families and […]

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In the Press: Armadale’s Parkerville Children and Youth Care named finalist in Community Services Excellence Awards

AN Armadale organisation working to protect and advocate for young people who have experienced trauma from abuse has been named a finalist in the Community Services Excellence Awards. Parkerville Children and Youth Care is one of four shortlisted in the ‘Large Organisation’ category in recognition for their work at the George Jones Child Advocacy Centre […]

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Interview with 6PR

On the 18th of April 2018, Parkerville Children and Youth Care Chief Executive Basil Hanna, was called to interview on the morning radio segment on 6PR to discuss the current issues surrounding Child Abuse in WA. Listen to the segment to find out more about the issues we are facing as a community as well […]

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In the Press – Slime Tastic!

Slime-tastic WHEN two Parkerville youngsters started making slime in their backyard, no one could have foreseen how their success would also help children and youth in need. Blayz Meredith, 8, and his step-sister Jorja Trew, 10, are not only taking on the business world with their Slime FX birthday parties but their generosity is making […]

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