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Public Libraries of New Zealand

Local libraries are a great source of resources and opportunities to support your personal and parenting journey.

Public Libraries of New Zealand is the peak body for the public library sector. You can use this site to search for your local library.

In addition to publications, an example of services that could be available through your library include:
– Parent and child sessions (e.g. story time, rhyme time)
– Kids programmes – particularly during the school holidays
– Career Support – sometimes run by the Citizens Advice Bureau, CV support, etc.
– Skills development sessions.

Check out your local library’s website for specific information on services.

Or find out more at: www.publiclibraries.org.nz

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New Zealand’s largest provider of support services for the development, health and wellbeing of children under 5. Plunket works together with families and communities, to ensure the best start for every child. Whānau āwhina – caring for families.

Find out more at www.plunket.org.nz

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Space offers weekly parent-baby group sessions designed to help you connect with your baby during your baby’s first year, and helping you to build your personal network.

Space works collaboratively with The Parenting Place to deliver more opportunities across New Zealand.

Find out more at www.space.org.nz

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Teeny Tiny
Business Name: Teeny Tiny

Teeny Tiny offers parenting workshops to help support you and your family through the most important developmental stages of your child’s first few years – from newborn through to the early school years.

Topics covered include important milestones, brain development, home safety, play time, and appropriate books and toys.

Learn more about the workshops or check out their calendar for upcoming presentations in your area.

Teeny Tiny also offers hand-picked, tried and tested, quality books, toys, and games to support your baby’s development.

Customised coffee group sessions and private consultations can also be organised to suit your needs.

Find out more at www.teenytiny.co.nz

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The Mums Clique

A registered Not-For-Profit Charity on a mission to “Support New Zealand Women through Motherhood”. The Mums Clique is run by Mums, for Mums.

“We go the extra mile, providing support to our mothers who need it the most. We deliver support hampers with carefully selected items sending a message of love and support.”

The Mums Clique also puts on events, and is developing a resource guide for mothers.

Find out more at www.themumsclique.com
You can also find The Mums Clique on Facebook.

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The Parenting Place
Established in 1993, Parenting Place now has 120 staff and 585 volunteers nationwide, and develops and delivers a wide range of programmes, including:
– Parenting courses / Family coaching / Dynamic in-school education
Call: 09 524 0025 or 0800 53 56 59
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The Parents Centre

The Parents Centre works with parents to equip you with the best in knowledge, skills and support, helping you to be best parent you can possibly be.

Find out more at www.parentscentre.org.nz

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Triple P Parenting

Triple P offers parenting programmes and other services to support parents, children and teenagers.

Triple P is a world-acclaimed parenting programme that started out life in New Zealand more than four decades ago. It has now helped more than four million children and their families in more than 25 countries.

Triple P gives parents a choice of simple strategies they can adapt to suit their own family’s needs – to build better relationships and manage behaviour.

There are dozens of different types of Triple P programmes in the Triple P system – and we offer them all at the Triple P Centre.

You can choose from:

Triple P is also available in group courses, one-to-one sessions and online.

Check out the Triple P group courses and sessions currently scheduled by the Triple P Centre or call them directly on 09 579 1794 to book a private session or course.

Find out more at www.triplep-parenting.net.nz

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