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LINK supports

families in a variety of ways...

LINK is a not for profit organisation based in Karratha

and offers support to families and community groups

residing in the City of Karratha. LINK aims to

empower parents through education and support.

Local Information

Network Karratha

Informative Workshops.

Resource Library.

New Residents.

The Parenting Information Service arranges for specialised facilitators' to conduct parenting sessions for a nominal fee. Topics covered have included 123 Magic and Emotion Coaching, Supporting children with Learning Difficulties, Dealing with Fussy Eaters, Developing Self Esteem and Resilience etc. Coming Soon - Maggie Dent Seminars - March 2016.

You are welcome to come into our office and borrow our books and DVDs covering a wide range of parenting topics. This service is free and available to anyone in in the community. LINK also stocks a large range of informative brochures and can offer referrals to other family services in the City of Karratha.

We understand what it is like to move to a new town. At LINK. we can assist you to make the transition easier for you and your family. LINK has Welcome to Town bags packed full of information about local services available for families with young children. Please contact us or drop into our office for your free bag.

LINK regularly hosts Welcome Morning Teas. The aim of our Welcome Morning Tea is to give new and current families in the area an opportunity to come along and meet each other and exchange information about services and activities in the City of Karratha.

LINK has been hosting this popular annual children's event in Karratha for over fifteen years. Many community organisations and family services provide a variety of children's activities on the day, and with bouncy castles, rides and entertainment this is a great free community event.

Welcome Morning Teas.

Teddy Bears Picnic.

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