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One-on-One Programs

One-on-One Programs

Dream Experience

One-on-One Programs

Our Dream Experience Program is a one-off support designed to celebrate and reward Young Carers with a unique and exciting experience that’s just for them!

Apply or refer a Young Carer for support via our application for support form, and our Family Support Workers will be in touch to plan an unforgettable day out.

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Mentoring, Tutoring and More

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We believe positive role models can create a lasting and vital impact in the lives of Young Carers.

Mentors and tutors provide Young Carers with someone to spend time with, provide valuable guidance, and increase social connection. Our volunteers can offer help with schoolwork, provide mentorship and give Young Carers a break from their caring roles.

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One-on-One Programs

Dreamers Hub

One-on-One Programs

Our Dreamers Hub is an online community created by Young Carers for Young Carers, that’s all about content, connection and care! The platform is home to:

  • Expert-led live forums
  • Tips and tricks
  • Inspirational content
  • Educational resources
  • Support catalogues
  • Blog posts
  • Upcoming community events
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Two Young Carers sit on a grey couch with a multicoloured geometric patterned cushion in between them. Taylar sits on the right, her face resting on one hand, wearing a black t-shirt. Danny is sitting on the left and is talking, using his hands to describe what he is saying, a notebook resting on his lap. Both Young Carers are smiling.

The Young Carer Job Readiness Project

Two Young Carers sit on a grey couch with a multicoloured geometric patterned cushion in between them. Taylar sits on the right, her face resting on one hand, wearing a black t-shirt. Danny is sitting on the left and is talking, using his hands to describe what he is saying, a notebook resting on his lap. Both Young Carers are smiling. Two Young Carers sit on a grey couch with a multicoloured geometric patterned cushion in between them. Taylar sits on the right, her face resting on one hand, wearing a black t-shirt. Danny is sitting on the left and is talking, using his hands to describe what he is saying, a notebook resting on his lap. Both Young Carers are smiling.

The Young Carer Job Readiness Project (YCJRP) is a comprehensive support offering that aims to ensure young people with caring roles have the same access to employment opportunities as their non-caring peers.

Young Carers will access vocational skill development and training opportunities, alongside workplace mentoring, internships and work experience. It’s an opportunity to develop new skills, walk away with reference letters, make new, like minded friends, and be recognised and celebrated through a points-based rewards system!

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🖤💛❤️ This NAIDOC Week, let`s show our support for First Nations owned businesses! Here are just a few of our many favs to check out:

Clothing the Gaps: A community brand managed by health professionals that celebrates Aboriginal people and culture.
@clothingthegaps

Haus of Dizzy: Proud Wiradjuri woman Kristy Dickinson creates bold, playful, statement-making jewellery that celebrates and honours Indigenous culture.
@hausofdizzy

Chocolate on Purpose: Sharing culture through storytelling with chocolate, educating on the traditional use of the botanicals by our First Nations People.
@chocolateonpurpose

Trading Blak: A collective of Aboriginal-owned businesses working together to advocate transparency when trading in culture and empower mob to succeed on their own terms.
@tradingblak

#NAIDOC2024 #NAIDOCWeek
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NAIDOC Week is here, and we’ve rounded up a list of fantastic accounts to follow! Show your support for First Nations organisations, learn about their rich history and culture, and help spread the word by giving these amazing groups a follow and a share 👇

Youth Organisations:
Koorie Youth Council | @koorieyouthcouncil
Culture is Life | @cultureislifeorg
Korin Gamadji Institute | @koringamadji

Aboriginal-led Organisations:
Common Ground | @commongroundfirstnations
Black Rainbow | @blackrainbowaus

Youth Allies:
Foundation for Young Australians | @fya_org
Youth Affairs Council Victoria | @yacvic
PROJECT ROCKIT | @projectrockit
Minus18 | @minus18youth

Let’s celebrate and support our First Nations communities this NAIDOC Week! 🖤💛❤️
#NAIDOC2024 #NAIDOCWeek #SupportFirstNations
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Calling all 13-17-year-old Young Carers in NSW2 & QLD!

Looking to learn about wellbeing and ways to wind down? Join our free Wind Down Wednesday program! Gentle stretches, meditation, self-regulation & more! Sessions start July 31st and run for six weeks on Wednesdays between 5-6 pm. 🧘

Express your interest by July 24th! Find the link to register in our bio 👆
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School holiday programs are in full swing in QLD and VIC, and we’re loving all the fun and activities happening so far! Check out this beautiful sunset at our Dream Big Mountain Retreat last week in Mt Tambourine! We had an incredible time together, making memories and enjoying the stunning views ☀️🏔️

#LittleDreamers #YoungCarers #SchoolHoliday #MtTambourine #DreamBig
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Intersectionality matters! Pride Month is an opportunity to recognise and uplift the voices of LGBTQIA+ people of colour, those with disability, and other marginalised communities. It`s a time to celebrate the rich diversity within the LGBTQIA+ community and ensure that EVERY voice is heard.

Let`s continue to amplify these voices and work towards creating a more inclusive and equitable world for all, not just this month, but every month!

#PrideMonth #LGBTQIAHistory #Intersectionality #InclusionMatters

[Image description: Intersectionality is essential. Pride month is an opportunity to recognise and uplift the voices of LGBTQIA+ people of colour, disability and other marginalised communities.]
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