YOUTH DEVELOPMENT WORKER – MUTITJULU NPY Women's Council Youth Service is recruiting for a Youth Development Officer to work with Anangu to develop, facilitate and deliver a creative, educational and supportive youth program. Along with coordinating activities for children and youth; you will provide aspirational case management, support youths who are at risk and inspire children who are doing well. You will receive best practice clinical supervision and professional development. We also provide NPYWC accommodation and use of a company vehicle. Closing Date: Tuesday 26 November 2019 FIND OUT MOREhttps://www.npywc.org.au/job/youth-development-officer-remote-central-australia/... See MoreSee Less
The Youth Program works with children and young people (aged 10-25) and their families living in the NPY region, and is integral to the work that we do. Our model is based on four key components that ...
👩🎓👩🎓👩🎓⭐️⭐️⭐️Shantaya Barnes is from Pukatja and has been boarding at Clontarf Aboriginal College in Perth this year. NPY Women's Council 's Youth Service has supported her through the boarding school project. She graduated year 12 yesterday! And did a reading in front of the whole school! And obtained her certificate II in Leadership. Her Nana was a huge support in getting her to boarding school and was there to see her graduate alongside Shanny’s Pop Bernard, and Uncle Victor. They’re all incredibly proud of her. She will be moving to Warnan to stay with her Nana and Pop, and wants to work at the clinic or aged care. ... See MoreSee Less
Please ask Shantaya to give me a call at Ngaanyatjarra Health Service. We would love to employ her at Wanarn Clinic or Aged Care 👍🏽
Regards Tanya Laker
Deputy General Manager
Ngaanyatjarra Health Service
Congratulations Shantaya!!! What a wonderful achievement. Best of luck for the future
Congrats Shantaya on ur Awesome Achievements👏...
Best of Luck for the future & May you succeed in whatever you do💯👌🏿
Big congratulations Shantaya. Good luck with your future 👏👏
Congratulations shantaya Barnes on a fantastic achievement
Congratulations young lady
Congratulations proud of you an you're achievement
NPY Women’s Council is recruiting for a Senior Domestic & Family Violence Practitioner to join its Domestic and Family Violence Service. This position is focused on the provision of specialist casework support and expertise in working with complex clients (with a particular focus on young women) and narrative therapy for Aboriginal people experiencing trauma because of violence. Find out more: www.npywc.org.au/job/senior-domestic-family-violence-practitioner/... See MoreSee Less
Desert kids & their halo’s.😇😇😇 So much sun in Central Australia! NPYWC holds many important cultural meetings out bush away from access to electricity.☀️☀️☀️ We are looking for support to help us invest in solar power for our generator to give our remote community members an important voice (microphones) and light (literally) as well as keep the environment clean.
Thank You everyone who has contributed to this! We are so appreciative of your generous support - big and small ❤️❤️❤️. We are will now be able to replace our broken generator and use clean power for meetings!
Isaac not sure if anyone’s reached out to you from NPYWC but might be a worthwhile engagement and great partnership
The proposed roll out of the Cashless Debit Card in the NT by the Federal Government could see over 20,000 people have 80% of their welfare payments quarantined. Speaking to the Senate Committee, Ngaa...
#heart for the weekend. More than half the population in the NPY Lands are 24 years or under. NPYWC’s Youth Service works with young people in remote Central Australia and offers recreation, diversion, education & leadership activities. Find out more here: www.npywc.org.au/what-we-do/youth/... See MoreSee Less
This is the story of a woman who was feeling very frightened one night. She stayed up all night, couldn’t sleep, and started seeing things and hearing voices in her head. She awoke the next morning feeling very weak and tired. This animation is made by NPYWC’s Ngangkari / Uti Kuklintjaku team in the language of Pitjantjatjara - highlighting words for feelings. "Tell someone how you feel!" @healthgovau ... See MoreSee Less
"I watched my father closely when he was extracting badness from the person's body, and throw it away. I loved it! I observed my fathers practice for many years. I was like his personal assistant! When he finally did give me the mapanpa, I became mara ala - meaning my hands became open, my forehead became open, and I could see everything differently." Maringka Burton From the book: Traditional Healers of Central Australia: Ngangkari. We Ngankari have not spoken like this before, this is the first time in history that we Ngankari have revealed so much about ourselves. This book is full of our lives and our stories. www.npywc.org.au/product/traditional-healers-of-central-australia-ngangkari/... See MoreSee Less