We’ve got multiple ways to help you get connected.

Wherever you’re at in your parenting journey, we can help you find and connect to the right support for you and your family. Start by exploring some of the options below or contact one of our friendly Peer Navigators for more ways to connect with others, services and support.

Ways to connect

Connect with a Peer Navigator

Need some help? Wondering what’s next? Struggling with the NDIS or the school system, trying to manage issues with behaviour, got questions about puberty, life after school? Let us help you out with a Pathway Planning session.

Find a parent support group

Looking for information or guidance around parenting issues? Would you like to connect with other parents at the same time? Kiind’s parent support groups run regularly during the school term, with expert guest speakers providing help and education on topics of specific interest to group participants.

Join Kiind Families Facebook Network

An invaluable information hub for parents and carers to connect with one another,  share knowledge, insights, ask questions and seek advice. Moderated 24/7, the network is a private, safe and judgement-free environment for members to catch-up.

Connect with a Kiind parent coach

Why not buddy up with an experienced parent who’s further along their child’s  disability journey. We can match you up with a trained parent coach to help you navigate your child’s next steps.

Get support if you're at the hospital

If you find yourself at the Perth Children’ Hospital, either as an outpatient for a routine appointment with your child, or as an inpatient with a child receiving medical treatment, our Kiind team is on-hand for support.

Find useful organisations

Take a look at some of the organisations that we work with regularly. Alternatively, speak with one of our Peer Navigators for more organisations providing the support you need in your local area.

Family stories

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Join us today

Become a member

Kiind offers membership to primary carers of children aged between birth and 25 years, living with disability, developmental delay, autism, genetic, rare, undiagnosed and/or chronic health conditions.

Join us today and connect with thousands of other families raising children with disability and additional needs.