An Update on Parkerville Children and Youth Care’s Progress in Joining the National Redress Scheme

UPDATE: Parkerville Children and Youth Care have received notification that all submitted documentation required to sign up to the National Redress Scheme has now been reviewed and approved by the Scheme, and we will be included in the next Ministers Declaration. We have been advised the next Declaration will commence towards the end of September. […]

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Mia’s Story – Changing the Status Quo in Responding to Abuse

Mia’s Story Changing the Status Quo in Responding to Abuse BY BASIL HANNA CEO, Parkerville Children and Youth Care Mia*, 9 years old, was repeatedly molested, held down and raped by her uncle for two years. Born and raised in Perth’s Western suburbs, her parents weren’t aware that their charming, funny and attentive family member […]

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Creating a Child-Safe Culture

  On Wednesday the 14th of August 2019, Child safe Coordinator Marie Slattery from Parkerville Children and Youth Care hosted a webinar attended by representatives from various organistions to share our learned experience of implementing the child safe standards, becoming an accredited organisation and maintaining  a child safe culture so that others can reduce the […]

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Telethon Black Tie

On Thursday the 11th of July, Parkerville Children and Youth Care alongside Major Sponsor Hancock Prospecting hosted the inaugural Black Tie Benefit for Telethon at the magnificent Government House Ballroom. Congratulations to our Raffle Winners Oliver Haden Jodie Archibald Shelly Roberts Melissa Wilson      

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Philanthropy – Protecting our most vulnerable

BY BASIL HANNA CEO, Parkerville Children and Youth Care Philanthropy is defined as “promoting the welfare of others”, often backed up by a financial donation. Over the past fifteen years at Parkerville Children and Youth Care, we have observed a shift in society’s conscience towards philanthropy and indeed we believe it’s not all about giving […]

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Fathering Project and Perth Glory

The Fathering Project have made a successful start to encourage fathers and father  figures to spend meaningful and intentional time with their children. Supported by former Perth Glory player, Michael Garcia, Michael conducted a range of fun activities that promoted fun and enjoyment for both parent and child.  

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