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Protective Behaviours WA Inc

Contact

Name: Meegan Taylor

Position: Executive Officer

Email: info@protectivebehaviourswa.org.au

Website: www.protectivebehaviourswa.org.au

Address

51 Anketell Street

Kensington WA 6151

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Our Mission / Objective

To reduce the incidence of abuse and violence in the community through the empowerment and education of children and their families

Our Services

Education, training and resources

Parent workshops
Cybersafety workshops
Children’s workshops for all ages (0-5yrs ; 6 – 10 yrs ; 11 – 15 yrs)
School and child care staff workshop
In class mentoring
One to one education sessions
Interagency workshop (two day)
Customised workshops

View our wide range of child protection resources online http://www.protectivebehaviourswa.org.au/store

Projects in Progress

2015 Successful Funding Proposals –
Kidssafe WA Police, Operation RESET WA Police
Lotterywest Funding to develop Strategic Business Plan

Projects –
Completion of Cerebral Palsy Project and the creation of the Ability Centre’s New Poster
EOI Lecture Presentation at the 2016 NDS WA State Conference: Ability Centre and PBWA

Displays –
Youth Care Expo, The Women’s Council Conference and the Literacy Conference.

Partnerships –
Forged with the WA Police and Community Youth Federation of WA. Strategic Partnerships include: WA Police, Department for Education, CPFS, Child Australia, Perth Catholic Archdiocese, Country Hostels Authority, and WA Women’s Council
Involvement with Walk for William Campaign

Our People

Leadership Team

Training Coordinator:
-Ra Jarden Osborne

Resource Coordinator:
-Rose Brown

Accounts:
-Sabina Bhasin

Ambassador:
– Andrea Musulin

Names of Board Members

President: Jodie Ferguson
Vice President: Ashleigh Wood

Number of Employees

4

Number of Volunteers

3

Registration Information

ABN

43 089 871 522

Tax Deductible

No

How to help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Please email : education@protectivebehaviourswa.org.au

Volunteers can work flexible hours Monday to Friday (9.30am – 2.30pm)

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

To reduce the incidence of abuse and violence in the community through the empowerment and education of children and their families

Our Services

Education, training and resources

Parent workshops
Cybersafety workshops
Children’s workshops for all ages (0-5yrs ; 6 – 10 yrs ; 11 – 15 yrs)
School and child care staff workshop
In class mentoring
One to one education sessions
Interagency workshop (two day)
Customised workshops

View our wide range of child protection resources online http://www.protectivebehaviourswa.org.au/store

Projects in Progress

2015 Successful Funding Proposals –
Kidssafe WA Police, Operation RESET WA Police
Lotterywest Funding to develop Strategic Business Plan

Projects –
Completion of Cerebral Palsy Project and the creation of the Ability Centre’s New Poster
EOI Lecture Presentation at the 2016 NDS WA State Conference: Ability Centre and PBWA

Displays –
Youth Care Expo, The Women’s Council Conference and the Literacy Conference.

Partnerships –
Forged with the WA Police and Community Youth Federation of WA. Strategic Partnerships include: WA Police, Department for Education, CPFS, Child Australia, Perth Catholic Archdiocese, Country Hostels Authority, and WA Women’s Council
Involvement with Walk for William Campaign

Our People

Leadership Team

Training Coordinator:
-Ra Jarden Osborne

Resource Coordinator:
-Rose Brown

Accounts:
-Sabina Bhasin

Ambassador:
– Andrea Musulin

Names of Board Members

President: Jodie Ferguson
Vice President: Ashleigh Wood

Number of Employees

4

Number of Volunteers

3

Registration Information

ABN

43 089 871 522

Tax Deductible

No

How to Help us

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Please email : education@protectivebehaviourswa.org.au

Volunteers can work flexible hours Monday to Friday (9.30am – 2.30pm)

Our Annual Reports

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