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Events

Click & Connect
From: 08 February 2023 12:00
Until: 08 February 2023 13:00
Lets welcome everyone back and welcome new members, debrief on the holidays and look at how to prepare children for school, particularly if you have had a difficult time at home over the holidays.
Click & Connect
From: 22 February 2023 12:00
Until: 22 February 2023 13:00
Teacher interviews and knowing what to share about your child can be challenging. So how do you maintain a sense of belonging and share what is necessary to best support your child? With the collective wisdom in the room lets support each other and reflect on what we can see and learn from each other!
Share & Connect
From: 02 March 2023 19:30
Until: 02 March 2023 21:30
Click & Connect
From: 07 March 2023 19:00
Until: 07 March 2023 20:00
PCA Families is not-for-profit member-based organisation representing families formed by permanent care, kinship care, and adoption in Victoria. We are not a placement organisation, but rather, we offer support. practical advice, funding and peer support and connection for parents and carers. To help you get started on your journey with PCA Families, join this new members information session where we can introduce you to our services and also connect you with like minded parents and carers. This session is run by PCA Families Advisor Liz Powell and a Parent or Carer, so that you might have the benefit of learning from lived and professional experience. The best of both worlds!
Click & Connect
From: 22 March 2023 12:00
Until: 22 March 2023 13:00
Disenfranchised loss or grief reflects a loss that is not socially acknowledged by society or is not mourned or supported. Ambiguous loss is a loss without closure and without significant likelihood of reaching emotional closure or a clear understanding. This kind of loss leaves a person searching for answers, and complicates and delays the process of grieving, often resulting in unresolved grief. Perhaps the loss is considered too small or distant. Perhaps society just cant see the loss justifies the grieving. It can include things like infertility, loss of one’s home or country or loss of sense of safety. So how do you help to process disenfranchised grief and ambiguous loss? What can help you and what can help your child? Let’s use the collective wisdom in the room to learn from and share with each other.
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