Grandparent Support Group Project

Every year a significant number of grandparents in NSW are called on to play responsible roles in their grandchildren’s lives. This can range from providing part time care and support to undertaking full responsibility for the care of their grandchildren. Recognising that grandparents needed better support and access to information, COTA NSW undertook a project funded by the NSW Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care to strengthen support and access to information and services provided to grandparent carers in regions around New South Wales. The Project commenced in January 2011. By its conclusion in February 2012, COTA NSW had worked extensively to strengthen the support, information and networks available to the many grandparent carers in regions across New South Wales.

COTA Australia Document

Released: 28-Apr-2015

Every year a significant number of grandparents in NSW are called on to play responsible roles in their grandchildren’s lives. This can range from providing part time care and support to undertaking full responsibility for the care of their grandchildren. Recognising that grandparents needed better support and access to information, COTA NSW undertook a project funded by the NSW Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care to strengthen support and access to information and services provided to grandparent carers in regions around New South Wales. The Project commenced in January 2011. By its conclusion in February 2012, COTA NSW had worked extensively to strengthen the support, information and networks available to the many grandparent carers in regions across New South Wales.

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