ABC’s “Our Focus – Bullied” encompasses online resources, a collection of iview programs and an ABC2 program hosted by Tara Moss called Cyberhate. It also includes an ABC TV series hosted by Ian Thorpe called Bullied that aims to encourage understanding of the impacts of bullying and create strategies for change.
Mental Health Carers New South Wales have released four videos of key presentations from the Mental Health Carer Support Workers Forum, which was held in late 2016. The videos feature important information for mental health carers in New South Wales, including the Strategic Plan for Mental Health, an overview of the Official Visitors Program,
CoLab is a new research collaboration hub, founded by Telethon Kids Institute and the Minderoo Foundation, that will help bring together the expertise of families, policy makers, clinicians, educators, other practitioners and researchers to improve the learning and development of our children and to help overcome inequality.
The Increasing Choice in Home Care reforms commenced on 27 February 2017 and will improve the way that home care services are delivered to older Australians. Detailed information on the reforms is now available online, including videos, provider fact sheets, webinars offering advice and information to the sector, and links to relevant legislation.
The Australian Government has announced significant reforms to improve the delivery of home care services. Funding for a home care package is now allocated to the consumer – not the aged care provider. These significant reforms will force aged care providers and their boards to grapple with a new business model. Those who don’t adapt won’t survive.
Playgroup gives babies an early start to learning through play and socialising, which is vital for early child development. That’s why Playgroup NSW's Play Baby initiative is giving the gift of Playgroup NSW membership to parents with a baby under 12 months. All New South Wales parents who register with Playgroup NSW by their child’s first birthday
The "Girls Make Your Move" campaign aims to inspire, energise and empower young women to be more active regardless of ethnicity, size or ability. Studies show that young women are twice as likely as boys to be inactive and that they experience more barriers preventing them from being as physically active.