Supported Playgroups

Supported playgroups are led by qualified early childhood facilitators and are specifically for parents and carers who are experiencing isolation or need extra support, as these groups are facilitated by qualified childhood educators.

At these groups, parents/carers and children enhance their relationship in a supportive environment, increase their skills and confidence, and develop valuable social and family support networks.

As families participating in supported playgroups become more confident as a social group, and we support them to transition to a community playgroup. 

Our supported playgroups are funded by the  Australian Government under a range of funding schemes.

Some particular groups we support in these programs are:

  • Families from a range of cultural and language backgrounds, particularly new arrivals or those experiencing social isolation;
  • Indigenous families;
  • Families experiencing mental health or disability issues;
  • Young parent families;
  • First time mothers;
  • Fathers;
  • Families who are socially isolated or experiencing disadvantage.

To find out more about supported playgroups contact us.

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Playgroup NSW, the peak body representing playgroups across NSW, is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting families and strengthening local communities through playgroups.

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