In the Media


Mandurah Mail | 2 February, 2022

The City of Mandurah has partnered with Connecting Community for Kids to run a fortnightly ‘Village Morning Tea’ for parents/carers of children with disability or people who have disability themselves to create connections and access peer support

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A Silent Epidemic

The West Australian | 8 July, 2021

One in four children in Perth daycare centres have been found to have untreated ear infections. Thanks to our Ears2Learn initaitive 23% of children tested were referred to GP’s in the first six months of 2021.

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$1.4 million early years investment for Kwinana and Cockburn

Government of Western Australia | 24 December, 2020

Community Services Minister Simone McGurk has welcomed the renewed funding from Woodside Energy for the Connecting Community for Kids collective impact initiative in the cities of Kwinana and Cockburn, with the additional four years in funding bringing the total commitment to nine years.

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Day of Cultural Pride

The Sound Telegraph | 2 September, 2020

Kwinana’s cultural diversity will be celebrated this weekend at Connecting Community for Kids’s Multicultural Clothes Party.

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Happy making the connection

Mandurah Mail | 19 August, 2020

Run by Connecting Community for Kids in conjunction with the Fathering Project, the free events see dads and their young ones enjoying a day out across the Mandurah and Kwinana area.

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Community gets a taste of Pakistan

The Sound Telegraph | 4 December, 2019

We are a proudly diverse community, and acceptance and understanding of each others differences is what makes Kwinana such a great place to live.

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Kids across Kwinana encouraged to connect with nature

The Sound Telegraph | 26 November, 2019

Designed to spark children’s imaginations, connect them with nature and create new connections across the local community.

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The scary reality of youth jobs epidemic – why early intervention is key to helping kids

The West Australian | 12 November, 2019

There is a link between falling behind at school and ear health which is why our Ears2Learn program is so important.

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