The latest news and information from We Care NSW.
At We Care NSW our goal is to match our participants with a staff member that will meet the four fundamental elements of our Model of Care. Find out how this translates to our service delivery.
Kasey, our senior psychologist, provides some useful tips on how to get through the holiday season if you're struggling and how you can help others who may feel specially lonely during Christmas.
Justyn, one of our psychologists, explains the different ways We Care NSW can support NDIS participants.
Update on We Care NSW's services following ease of COVID-19 restrictions
Update on We Care NSW's services during the current lockdown.
A look at We Care's origins and what makes We Care different to other NDIS providers.
Sadly we can't celebrate NAIDOC Week the usual way but we would love you to send us your NAIDOC-inspired art for your chance to win a prize
We spoke with the Newcastle Herald about our innovative, free mental health program for Indigenous men.
Act Now to Secure Place in our New Connecting Countries program
Register to attend our Capacity-Building Programs.
Our Clinical Lead explains what Trauma-Informed Care means for We Care.
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention is a key component of We Care's services. This article explains what TCI is and why we believe it's tremendously important.
We Care recognises the importance of NAIDOC week and expresses its commitment to continue supporting staff and participants who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
The Circle of Security program is an evidence-based and internationally acclaimed parent reflection training. The program has strong core principles based on decades of attachment research that can be utilised, in group or individual settings.
Parenting Training for Anxious Children
Do you have improved relationships funding in your NDIS plan and wonder what does this mean and how can my child benefit from this?
We are experiencing significant changes to way we live our lives and undertake our work. We wanted to let you know that the Allied Health Team are committed to providing ongoing support to all of our clients.
We are all currently in a challenging time that has evoked a range of emotions. This time is particularly difficult for parents who are caring for a child on the Autism Spectrum.
During these stressful and uncertain times, many of us are experiencing anxiety about the health and wellbeing of ourselves and our communities.
A message from our Community Services Manager.
Our community and accommodation supports are continuing to operate. We are taking necessary precautions to ensure the health and wellbeing of our community.
Zoom is an online teleconferencing software that will allow us to have appointments through a video call. Zoom requires a small download in order to work for the first time.
Exposure to trauma is common among children living in out-of-home care, and our team have partnered with numerous providers to deliver trauma-informed support to children and their carers.
Here are some tips to look after you and your family’s mental health during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
We care about our staff, participants and the community and we’re here to help with any questions or enquiries that you have about COVID-19.
We Care receive many questions from parents about how to successfully put boundaries in with their children as an important part of behaviour interventions