Programs for parents
The city offers a number of programs, resources and workshops to support parents in the community.
The city recognises the important role parents and caregivers play in supporting the development of children through the early years. Parent development workshops are a great way to learn more about challenging topics and everyday issues such as sleep, play, nutrition, first aid and protective behaviours.
Subscribe to the Youth, children and families e-newsletter to be advised of upcoming workshops.
Breastfeeding welcome here
The city's Breastfeeding Welcome Here project aims to make mothers feel comfortable breastfeeding in the community.
Breastfeeding Welcome Here stickers are located at various locations throughout Subiaco Library. There is also a comfortable breastfeeding chair and footstool in the children's library.
A number of local businesses are on board. If you're interested in a sticker for your business, contact the city on (08) 9237 9216 or email email@example.com
Subiaco Library parenting collection
Subiaco Library has a comprehensive parenting collection, conveniently located in the children’s library.
Subiaco Early Years Network
The City of Subiaco works together with the community to maintain the Subiaco Early Years Network. The network consists of parents, community members, stakeholders and professionals who have an interest in the wellbeing of young children and families in Subiaco.
The group holds formal, quarterly gatherings plus informal coffee catch ups. Formal meetings begin at 7.30am and conclude at 9.30am and Coffe Catch ups begin at 9.30am.
For more information about joining this group, contact the city on 9237 9216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth, children and families e-newsletter
The youth, children and families e-newsletter is sent on the last Thursday of every month with information for young people, parents and carers about activities, initiatives, events and programs for youth, children and families within the city. Reigster for the Youth, children and families e-newsletter today.