The Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) is a valuable tool to assist communities to reflect on and plan for children’s development. The Warren Blackwood Early Years Network invites you to join Gail Clark, Western Australian AEDC Coordinator, to learn more about the AEDC and how it can be used to understand what is working well in the community, and what may need to change to ensure children are offered safe and nurturing environments where they can grow and thrive.
The AEDC is a nationwide population level collection of information about young children’s development. It measures the percentage of children who are developmentally on track, at risk, or vulnerable across five domains: physical health and wellbeing; social competence; emotional maturity; language and cognitive skills; and communication skills and general knowledge.
Investing time, effort and resources in children's early years, brings lifelong benefits to them and to the whole community. Please join us to:
We welcome representatives from education, health, local government, child and family services, and community representatives (including parents and carers!).
Wellness Centre Tuesday 15 September
1A Edwards Street 9.30am-12pm
Manjimup (please arrive 9.15am)
Things Have Been Quiet to say the least but now, aw we're starting to move, you won't want to miss this concert in Manjimup nest Friday, July 31st. It;s being held at park, that fabulous new cafe that's in the PowerUp Museum building at the northern entry to Manjimup and it features The Wayward Earls
Wayward, a bit squeaky-wheeled, dusty and crusty with the passage of time and fortune; the "Earls" revel in sparkling ragtime, jug band blues, vintage jazz and many a monochrome musical gem of yesteryear. Dubiously delivered with uncontrolled backfiring and clouds of blue smoke, these venerable musicians still emit an authentic and gramophonic sound that gets you toe-tapping and grinning to joyful melodies all wrapped in a dusty vest and a gold-tooth grin. Described by Vague Magazine as "pulsating, rhythmic and enduring", their music is quite good as well.
Tickets are limited. Available now at
Makers on Mount, 10-4 Mon. - Fri., Sat. 10-1, 5 Mount St. &
Vetted Books, Wed-Sat, 10-2, 120 Giblett St..
Can't get in to town? - email firstname.lastname@example.org for bank deposit details.
$35 pre-sale, and, if any left, $40 at the door.
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