S.A.F.E service provides education and support to children, young people and families around the effects of Domestic and Family Violence.
Our School Wellbeing Practitioners work within Pre-schools, Primary and High Schools with students, families and staff to help guide student academic, behavioral and social – emotional growth.
With most children transitioning back to school this week, many will be experiencing a range of emotions. It is important to listen to your child and acknowledge how they are feeling.
An employee might face a range of mental health challenges at some point, including stress, anxiety, depression and loneliness, and employers and workplaces fulfil a really important role in protecting the mental health of employees during their careers.
Today is RU OK day. It is a day to promote awareness of mental health and suicide and is a time to encourage Australians to reach out to those at risk in their community.
Trust your instincts when it comes to how your loved ones are feeling and don’t be afraid to speak up.
For students, learning how to support their peers and talk about how they feel is an important life lesson, so where better to start than in the classroom?
Centacare’s professional NDIS Support Coordinators and Recovery Coaches will ensure you are fully supported and will assist you in finding the most appropriate services for your Mental and Physical wellbeing.
Designed to inform & empower parents/carers to work together with their child, this course was developed specifically for parents/carers who are raising children that have ADHD.