South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation (SCMSAC) is a non-government, not for profit, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health, Wellbeing and Community Services Organisation. We provide health and wellbeing services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities throughout the NSW South Coast.

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Upcoming Events

Aug
21
Wed
Integrated Team Care Information Session
Aug 21 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Aug
22
Thu
Bringing up great kids
Aug 22 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Bringing up great kids @ Jane Ardler Centre

This course is designed for parents who are seeking to learn more about their child’s needs and how to better respond to behaviours.
Participants will learn mindfulness techniques to increase awareness of thoughts and feelings. You will learn to be more aware of your child’s needs and how to better respond to their behaviour to improve your child’s positive self identity.

Parents will:

  • Learn more about the origins of your own parenting style and how it can be more effective. Identify important messages you want to convey to your children and how to achieve this.
  • Discover how to overcome some of the obstacles that are getting in the way of being the kind of parent you would like to be.
  • Learn about the importance of building self esteem in children.

Bookings essential, Contact Cheryl or Stacey: (02) 4448 0200 / option #2

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Aug
29
Thu
1,2,3 Magic & Emotion
Aug 29 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
1,2,3 Magic & Emotion

123 Magic and Emotion Coaching is a behaviour management program for mothers, fathers and carers of young children. This program helps you learn to manage difficult behaviour in children 2-12 years old.

It explores:

  • How to discipline without arguing, yelling or smacking
  • How to sort behaviour
  • How to handle challenging and testing behaviours
  • Choosing your strategy, the three choices
  • Using emotion coaching to encourage good behaviour
  • Seven tactics for encouraging good behaviour

Bookings essential, Contact Cheryl or Stacey: (02) 4448 0200 / option #2

20190718-123 MAGIC FLYER

Sep
5
Thu
1,2,3 Magic & Emotion
Sep 5 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
1,2,3 Magic & Emotion

123 Magic and Emotion Coaching is a behaviour management program for mothers, fathers and carers of young children. This program helps you learn to manage difficult behaviour in children 2-12 years old.

It explores:

  • How to discipline without arguing, yelling or smacking
  • How to sort behaviour
  • How to handle challenging and testing behaviours
  • Choosing your strategy, the three choices
  • Using emotion coaching to encourage good behaviour
  • Seven tactics for encouraging good behaviour

Bookings essential, Contact Cheryl or Stacey: (02) 4448 0200 / option #2

20190718-123 MAGIC FLYER

Our Programs and Services

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Our holistic approach to health and wellbeing beautifully summed up in this quote by Dr Tamara Maclean👌🏾
You can drop in and yarn to our ITC Team about your health & wellbeing at the Jerrinja Clinic today, check out our Facebook event for more details.
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SAVE THE DATE.

On September 7, the Trust the Signs tour will visit Nowra and host a FREE event to show you how to Trust the Signs, Trust your Gut and Ask R U OK?

Head along for a free feed, activities for all ages, and a chance to learn more about when it’s time to ask R U OK?

Local mental health and suicide prevention services will be there to let you know what support is available for the times an R U OK? conversation is too big for friends and family.

For more info head to www.ruok.org.au
or book your free tickets here: bit.ly/2KrFG9r
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