Program Coordinator since 2015. With a background in social work, early childhood education and care and a Masters of Child and Adolescent Welfare, Tanya is passionate about improving outcomes for children and families in Tasmania. She is trained in 123 Magic, Family Food Patch, Bringing up Great Kids and Circle of Security and has a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. As a member of the Families Tasmania Board, Tanya is keen to empower community members to be an agent of change for their local area.
Tash has been the friendly welcoming face of many Building Blocks Programs since 2013. As a trained Family Food Patch and Family Partnerships educator and a Bringing up Great Kids First 1000 Days facilitator, Tash is supportive of the challenges of being a parent/carer and loves to see children grow and thrive.
Mariah is an Teacher with diverse experience across early childhood settings and school based programs. She is focused on supporting the whole child – their social, emotional and physical wellbeing. Mariah supports building resilience for children and young people and has trained as a Family Food Patch Educator and as a facilitator with the Mother Goose Program and has a background in facilitating community playgroups.
Kayla is interested in engaging families and children in programs that will support their children to grow and thrive and for all parents and carers to feel support and confident in their parenting journey. Kayla is a Bringing up Great Kids Facilitator, a B4 Storyteller Champion and Family Food Patch community educator. In 2021 Kayla graduated from the Break O’Day Wellbeing Program.
Courtney and Elka are a fabulous parents and educators who are committed to bring fun, active and inclusive play and learn sessions to the Dorset area each month at Move and Play.