Empowering, Educating and Advocating at Tweddle

Empowering, Educating and Advocating at Tweddle


Tweddle is delighted to announce Solange Uwingeneye as Tweddle’s new Parenting Assessment and Skills Development (PASDS) program Coordinator. Born in Rwanda, Solange joins Tweddle as a registered nurse with extensive midwifery skills, and public health background established in Australia and Africa.

Solange, who is a mother of three children, is dedicated to empowering, educating, supporting and advocating for vulnerable families. Her experience includes working across government, health sector and education settings.

Solange said she has a desire to help the most vulnerable in the community: “ I find it extremely rewarding to assist individuals or groups of people facing obstacles to high-quality health care, including those with low level of health literacy to meet their health and wellbeing needs”.

After a number of months working with the clinical team, Solange has already shown her compassion and dedication to improving the health and wellbeing needs of babies, toddlers and their families.

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