Collaboration key for Communities for Children

Communicare Communities for Children Armadale (CfC) partnered with Centrecare, and the City of Gosnells and Armadale to deliver the Emerging Minds: Keeping Child Mental Health in Mind across the South East Corridor of Perth.

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Communicare Communities for Children Armadale (CfC) partnered with Centrecare, and the City of Gosnells and Armadale to deliver the Emerging Minds: Keeping Child Mental Health in Mind across the South East Corridor of Perth.

With the increase of children's mental health issues identified as a community concern across the CfC region, this workshop provided effective early intervention and prevention strategies for practitioner's working with children across the corridor.

The event was sold out with guests attending from Mercy Care Community Services, Parkerville Children and Youth Care, Armadale Community Family Centre, Mission Australia, Starick House, Wanslea, Communicare, Save the Children, Armadale Hospital, Wungening Aboriginal Corporation, Child and Adolescent Community Health, Department of Communities, City of Armadale, Byford Childcare Centre , Centrecare, City of Gosnells, Hope Community Service, Palmerston, Forest Lakes Family Centre, Relationships Australia, Zonta House and Riverdale Childcare and Community Association.

Emerging Minds has some great resources including Child360 app which has been designed as a tool for parents to reflect on how they are going in supporting their children's social and emotional wellbeing.

Congratulations to everyone involved as collaboration is key to improving the lives of children and families across the Armadale and surrounding areas. 
 
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