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Making an impact in 2023!

As we kick off 2023, the Inala Community House team is re-energised and excited to make a big impact this year. In amongst all the planning and preparation for 2023, we asked members of the Inala Community House leadership team what they were hoping to achieve in their services this year… their ‘New year’s resolutions’...


Getting Started with My Place Family Day Care

Finding the right day care for your child can feel like an overwhelming process. The day has arrived all too quickly, where you’re tasked with finding the right environment for your child. There are many factors you take into consideration. My Place Family Day Care has a step-by-step enrolment process that helps make the experience...


My Place Family Day Care: National Simultaneous Storytime

National Simultaneous Storytime is an annual event held by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) – whereby an Australian picture book is read simultaneously by children all around the country. This year My Place Family Day Care encouraged all our educators and children to join us for our National Simultaneous Storytime playgroup on Wednesday...


My Place Family Day Care: National Family Day Care Week

National Family Day Care Week National Family Day Care Week recognises and promotes the important role family day care educators and services play in the development and wellbeing of more than 107,000 children across Australia. The annual celebration highlights the main unique benefits of family day care as a high quality, flexible early childhood education...


My Place Family Day Care: Harmony Week 2021

Harmony Week is about inclusiveness, respect and belonging for all Australians, regardless of cultural or linguistic background, united by a set of core Australian values. At My Place Family Day Care, we encourage all our educators, children and families to join us in the celebration! Come together, wear orange or traditional cultural clothing and talk...


‘My Place’ Family Day Care: Dangers of Button Batteries

In Australia, an estimated 20 children per week turn up at hospital emergency departments with suspected button battery ingestions. Up to two dozen children per year end up with serious, lifelong injuries. The wave of increasingly small electronic devices has seen the rise for button batteries. Besides toys, these tiny big dangers are more commonly found in...

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