SKIP is a nationwide network of individuals, community groups, government agencies, workplaces and national NGOs. Its aim is for all children in New Zealand to be raised in a positive way by parents and caregivers who feel confident about managing children's behaviour as part of a loving, nurturing relationship.
Designed for people who work with and support families with young children. The resource includes parenting and child development information from pregnancy through to three years of age.
A charity that provides information, advice, learning and support for families with health and disability needs.
Seeks to support, educate and empower families who have a child or family member with a disability, health impairment or special needs.
Developed by the Ministry of Social Development, this book offers practical help for people supporting family or friends who have a health condition, disability, injury, mental health condition or alcohol and drug issues.