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Moorundi Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service Ltd. delivers a comprehensive range of primary health care services to our communities. 


"Together Our Children Succeed" (TOCS)


The "Together Our Children Succeed" Program aims to:

  • Develop a strong and engaging connection between the education institution and the target groups and the target groups within the communities, including pre-school students though to and including year 12

  • Families that move around within schools in the region, parents and carers, future parents and families, grandparents and community

  • Increase school attendance

  • Improve literacy and numeracy skills

  • Increase year 12 attainment

  • Employ an Aboriginal person in the role of Community Cultural Development Officer

  • Deliver services in Murray Bridge, Raukkan, Meningie, Tailem Bend and Mannum and other regional locations

Po:rlar Ka:ngkun Tainkuwalun (PKT)
(Children Laughing and Playing)

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What is Po:rlar Ka:ngkun Tainkuwalun (PKT)?

PKT supports Aboriginal families with children aged 0 – 7 years.  The program services the Murray Bridge and Coorong regions. This is an outreach based and family focused service.  In a friendly environment the program provides an opportunity for Aboriginal families/caregivers to learn about the role that childhood development plays in school readiness. The program supports Aboriginal families, with pre-school children, to prepare for engagement with, and attendance at school.

What does this service provide?

  • Mobile Playgroups

  • Special events

  • Themed activities including, food, cultural events and festive occasions

  • Provide support for transitioning to kindergarten or school

  • Linking with other support services

  • Home based support

  • No referral required


What to expect:

  • No cost

  • Healthy snacks provided

  • Continues during school holidays

  • Embraces the Aboriginal culture

  • Provides an opportunity for learning and childhood development through play

  • Positive role modelling

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