Prof Frank Oberklaid and Dr Simone Darling discuss the importance of terminology and shared language for children’s mental health.
Children’s Health and Development – July
Two reviews prepared by the Centre for Community Child Health on behalf of Social Ventures Australia explore the potential of holistic, integrated early learning service models for improving outcomes for children and their families who are experiencing vulnerability.
We are pleased to announce funding boosts to several CCCH projects.
New raisingchildren.net.au resources give parents insight into how to help children understand and manage their emotions and show kindness to themselves.
Supporting Schools in a time of COVID-19 is a free online professional learning opportunity to help primary school educators support mental health and wellbeing.
More than 5,000 participants (babies and parents) have joined GenV — one of the world’s largest birth and parent cohort studies that aims to transform the health and wellbeing of an entire generation.
The Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) in Childhood Adversity and Mental Health is working to co-design, test and evaluate an integrated child and family hub for families.
A student project, undertaken at CCCH, examined the benefits and limitations of telehealth for Enhanced Maternal and Child Health nurses in regional Victoria.