ADHD, a cognitive disorder that is present at birth, cannot be effectively assessed until the young person gets to school age. What could be seen as ADHD symptoms in a young person can change or improve with age because the brain develops at a fast pace in the first few...

"Have you considered getting a dog?" "What do you have to lose?" "Maybe a dog can connect with him better than humans can." This conversation with my uncle on the night of 8th September 2020 would change our lives. I grew up without pets. I...

This information sheet helps parents think through how they, as parents, can respond to the current reality of climate change and the threat of worse impacts to come. We answer common questions that parents ask, provide strategies for parents to cope with the ‘uncomfortable truths’ of climate change, and offer...

With so many adults struggling with their own body image it can be difficult for parents to know how best to support their child as they move through adolesence. This relaxed and informative seminar for carers of primary and secondary age children gives practical tips to help you better understand...

NEED A LIFT? Youth Mental Health Month photography competition for young people aged 12-24 across Northern Sydney. To celebrate positive mental health we're asking you to capture a photo of something plifting, positive or joyful in your life or community. Selected photos will be showcased in local hospitals, community health...

Modern parents have the entire internet at their disposal and don’t follow any single authority. It’s hard to know what to trust. In this guide, we’ll talk about how to raise a person you really like, without losing yourself in the process. ...

What is BEING Supported? A non-crisis telephone and online support service (Warmline) delivered by trained staff who have lived, or currently live with, mental health issues and emotional distress....

Online safety is paramount to keeping children and young people safe. Parents and carers can play a key role in their children and adolescent’s mental health and wellbeing by ensuring steps are taken to regularly monitor and supervise your child or young person’s online presence....

We cannot see it. It is very small and makes some people sick. Everyone is different. Some people will get a little bit sick. Others might get very sick and go to the hospital. So it is important we stop it from moving....

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