Visit Website Living My Way is a collation of personal stories and experiences of day-to day life of Aboriginal people living with a disability, and those who care for them. The video provides viewers with a number of honest, open and inspiring stories that may help challenge people’s perception of ability and disability. Some key […]
Visit Website The Raising Children Network has developed a tip sheet on how parents and carers can support children who have recently experienced trauma. Trauma: supporting your child in the days and weeks after provides a list of tips on how to support a child’s recovery after a traumatic event and what to look out […]
Visit Website Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) report examining the purpose, scope and reporting status of a number of national frameworks, agreements and partnership agreements relating to children and young people. Mapping of children and youth indicator reporting frameworks offers an overview of relevant frameworks and agreements, which includes 6 National Frameworks, 4 […]
Visit Website The Trauma and Grief Network (TGN) connects families, members of the community and professionals to resources focused on the care of children and adolescents affected by the impact of trauma, loss and grief.
Visit Website The Sharing Culture website is designed to help Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people understand the nature of historical trauma and its consequences.
Visit Website It Takes A Forest to Raise a Tree: Healing Our Children from the Storms in their Lives is a new talking Tool Kit for Aboriginal women with children who experience violence or other trauma in their lives. This resource uses the metaphor of a tree (from narrative therapy) as a way to talk […]
Visit Website These reports, developed by Northern Territory Council of Social Service (NTCOSS), provide information on the cost of living in the Northern Territory
Visit Website This webpage provides information on perinatal mental health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Visit Website This paper reviews evidence relating to improving Indigenous outcomes and ‘closing the gap’ across a range of key social and economic determinants of health and wellbeing, including quality of housing, level of income and education, opportunities for meaningful and productive work, and rates of imprisonment. The paper outlines initiatives that can address these […]
Visit Website This paper outlines the wide gaps in early life outcomes for Indigenous people compared with non-Indigenous people, such as higher rates of poor health conditions, hospital admissions and poor nutrition among Indigenous children. It then discusses how localised early childhood development works to overcome these disadvantages through a range of interventions that are […]