Preschool Program

Our preschool program provides a sessional DECD funded play curriculum. Children who are 4 before May 1st are eligible for their preschool year.

Occasional Care Program

Occasional Care program caters for children up to 4 years of age.  The Occasional Care program is integrated within the preschool program, providing a wide-range of experiences designed to promote development through play.

Services

Community Development

The Community Development Coordinator works to increase community capacity to support families to provide the best opportunities for every child.

The Community Development Coordinator also promotes partnerships across a broad range of local services and organisations and establishes interagency programs to meet the needs of the community.

Each term there is a Children’s Centre Community program that is wide-ranging. The program is published in newsletters, on Facebook and via the Children’s Centre.

https://www.facebook.com/MOC-Childrens-Centre-202190399847904/

General Practitioner – Catherine Mills

Dr. Catherine Mills from Three Bears Health provides a family practice clinic Wednesdays each week. Appointments can be made online at www.threebearshealth.com.au or via the Community Development Coordinator

Psychology – Lisa Shetler

Lisa Shetler from Flow Psychology offers individual and family therapy sessions on Wednesdays each week. Appointments may be made via our Community Development Coordinator or by contacting Flow Psychology on 0401935142.

Occupational Therapy – Leah Duthy

Leah offers therapeutic workshops and programs on topics pertinent to child and family wellbeing.

Family Services Coordinator – Leonie Stephens

Leonie Stephens provides short term counselling and referral service for families.

 

FEEDBACK

If you have a concern about any aspect of the Children’s Centre please follow this link to our Expectations page and follow the process outlined there.

 

Early Years (Children’s Centre) contacts (2017)

Ms Linda Rich                 Director – Children’s Centre

Ms Tracey Alexander    Community Development Coordinator