CASPA Family Supports Casino (CFSC)
CFSC works from an early intervention and prevention model and uses a strength-based and person-centred approach. Our services are free and are by appointment.
Case Management Services
CFSC provides case management services on a regular basis for up to 3 months, either at our centre in Casino or through home visits. Our qualified and experienced staff are able to offer support in areas of:
Supervised Contact Services
CASPA provides contact rooms for supervised contact for children who do not live with their biological family.
CFSC offers free group education programs for parents and young people and these are offered during the school term.
NURTURED HEART APPROACH
Delivered in various formats ranging from a 1-hour Introduction to a 6-week Intensive the Nurtured Heart Approach® (NHA) works to awaken the greatness in ALL children. NHA promotes building Inner Wealth© in children, helping them make positive choices and use their intensity wisely.
This is a 3 session parenting course designed to provide parents and carers with skills to gain a new understanding of teenagers and strategies to help resolve problems. The course explores the emotional development of young people and provides strategies to enrich communication.
1-2-3 MAGIC EMOTION COACHING
The course is run over 3 sessions offering parents and carers insight into understanding challenging behaviors. The course introduces parents to the emotional development of their children and offers strategies to strengthen relationships and make parenting as enjoyable as possible. For parents/ carers of children 2-12 yrs.
BRINGING UP GREAT BUBS
Discover the joy of tuning into your baby and young children with mindfulness and gaining greater insight into understanding their emotional development. Learn skills to build positive child-parent relationships, reduce parenting stress and to explore the joy and exhilaration of parenting.
BRINGING UP GREAT KIDS
Is offered over 4 sessions exploring how parenting with mindfulness assists us to be more self-aware and attuned to the needs of our children, in a way that supports us to respond, rather than react to our child’s behaviours. It also offers greater insight into understanding your child’s emotional development.