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A great new resource to help parents, families and children have fun and continue to grow, develop and thrive

A great new resource to help parents, families and children have fun and continue to grow, develop and thrive

CoLab, part of the Telethon Kids Institute, has developed the Bright Tomorrows app because parents and families need trusted, evidence-based advice in their hands. Parents wanted information that related specifically to their children’s developmental needs, and that prompted them to easily and actively to support their children’s brain development during their daily routines. The BrightContinue reading A great new resource to help parents, families and children have fun and continue to grow, develop and thrive

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Investing in the Wellbeing of Tasmania’s Children and Young People

Investing in the Wellbeing of Tasmania’s Children and Young People

A new report released by Tasmania’s Commissioner for Children and Young People, Investing in the Wellbeing of Tasmania’s Children and Young People (PDF, 7MB) proposes that to improve the wellbeing of Tasmania’s children, it needs to be at the centre of government policy and decision making through the establishment of a whole-of-government strategy.   TheContinue reading Investing in the Wellbeing of Tasmania’s Children and Young People

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2020 Community for Children Conference

2020 Community for Children Conference

The 2020 Communities for Children professional development conference will provide innovative tools, principles and examples for those working with and for children. This conference will be hosted by Elizabeth Daly (OAM) and a group of Launceston’s children. Each keynote speaker and engaging workshop will address the theme of this year’s conference (Transitions): Developmental transitions SystemContinue reading 2020 Community for Children Conference

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‘Making Marks’ – A Celebration of Children’s Art

‘Making Marks’ – A Celebration of Children’s Art

Travelling Exhibition 2020 An exhibition of very young Tasmanian children’s art, birth – 4 years. Showcasing their ideas through their mark making. The exhibition celebrates, nurtures and supports the voice of the child through art. 20 January 2020 – 23 February 2020 Learning Space Gallery Burnie Regional Art Gallery Download a printable postcard with detailsContinue reading ‘Making Marks’ – A Celebration of Children’s Art

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