Resilience for Carers with Cheryl Harrison

Watch the Giraffe Resilience pre-recorded webinar, helping you build a set of skills and behaviours to help you to build your resilience in ways that work...

Throughout our lives, grief is an unavoidable and essential part of what it is to be human. When individuals and families experience a loss, every member of the family can feel and process their...

What is neurodiversity? This is a term describing the idea that people experience and interact with the world in many varied ways but there is no one ‘right’ way of thinking, learning, or behaving...

This pre-recorded 45 minute training session by Griefline, designed for kinship, foster, and permanent carers, focuses on understanding loneliness and isolation while emphasising the importance of...

This pre-recorded 45 minute training session is presented by Megan Corcoran, Director of the Wagtail Institute.

In this session, carers will learn:

  • How to recognise their stress response and...

Access or contact visits with biological family can be challenging and may produce a range of emotions in children in kinship care families.

The visits can be formal or informal, and sometimes they...

What does the latest research tell us about the benefits of play for the wellbeing of children and young people? The February 2023 edition of the Royal Children’s Hospital National Child Health Poll...

What are the latest trends in nutrition? What does recent research say about what and how we should eat? And what the children in our care, in particular those children with neurodevelopmental...

In this podcast we speak with Director of Kinship Carers Victoria, Anne McLeish, who explains the importance of learning and development for kinship carers.

We also interview one Victorian carer...

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