Local Community Resources

Baby readingAustralian Breastfeeding Association (ABA)

The ABA is a national association which offers education and assistance to breastfeeding families. You can obtain details about local breastfeeding groups. These groups are great for support and may help you to get to know other families in your area. ABA breastfeeding help line: Ph. 08 93401200

 

Dr Marnie Rowan

Marnie is a Perth GP with a wealth of knowledge on breastfeeding

She has a lactation clinic on Tuesdays at the Elizabeth Clinic in Claremont.

Debbie Garbin

My sister, Debbie sells breast pumps. See her website for details gowiththeflowparenting.com.au

Life Ready Physio

A mobile womens health physiotherapist service

Ngala

This centre offers help with all needs of children 0-5 years. There is a free phone service within the centre, where a child health nurse will answer any queries you have as well as direct you to other services as needed.

Family Resource Centre: Ph. 08 93689368.

They also run parenting workshops which are really fantastic, to look and book go to www.ngala.com.au

King Edward Memorial Hospital – library & referral exchange

These can be accessed by anyone. The range of items to borrow is vast and valuable.

Community Libraries

Your local library has a great stock of CDs, DVDs and of course books relevant to families. Libraries have “story-time” sessions for babies and young children followed by an activity which ties in with the story. This is a great way to introduce your child to the fascination of books; it also gives you a chance to renew your own books/DVDs/cd

Baby Equipment Hire

Home and travel needs, Anything Baby

Kate Etherington – Photography

You can go to Kate’s studio or have her visit you for baby photos. See www.ketheringtonphotography.com to see Kate’s photos or phone 0409 880 688