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A large component of expanding our program is educating local services about Caring Mums. Over the last few months, we presented to seven different groups of referrers. The presentations were to the Maternal Child and Health Nurses from the cities of Port Phillip, Glen Eira, Bayside and Kingston, as well as to the Monash Mother/Baby Unit and Star Health.
After a short winter hibernation, our Caring Mums program is back in action. The Melbourne chill and rain has not stopped our supervision catch-ups and our campaign to raise program awareness.
The Jam Project has had a wonderful start to 2022. Following on from our ‘matching’ stage whereby our participants are matched with their mentors, we enter into training stage. Our mentors must complete comprehensive training before The Jam Project sessions begin.
The Seniors Program, together with the Golden Age Clubs, celebrated Pesach with a Pre-Model Seder. NCJWA Vic's CEO Lisa Ezekiel welcomed everyone and introduced Special guest speaker Rabbi Aviva Kippen, who explained the different customs of the Seder.