PARENTS and carers are the most important people in children's lives,, says BELS co-ordinator Annette Meyers, and she's here to help Bathurst's families connect to local services.
Ms Meyers is an early childhood practitioner available to help families with children's learning and behaviour, or to find services they need.
She can help shed light on your child's development and learning needs and is very keen to assist.
Ms Meyers also runs a range of parenting courses, such as 123 Magic & Emotion Coaching and Bringing Up Great Kids.
Her role is varied and interesting, she also runs the Bathurst Family Fun Day (BFFD) and Kids Play - both of which aren't happening right now.
"I've started hosting weekly story time sessions every Thursday morning from 9.15am. You can find them on the Bathurst Child and Family Network (BCFN) Facebook page", Ms Meyers said.
This year's BFFD has been cancelled but stay tuned on the BCFN FB page for a range of activities to celebrate National Families Week and the opportunity to share your ideas for next year's Bathurst Family Fun Day.
BELS is a Centacare Bathurst program funded by NSW Department of Communities and Justice to benefit local children and families - and it's free.