In order to best meet the needs of the health, social and community services workers across a range of professions, Emerging Minds, with its delivery partners, is conducting a national workforce survey. This survey seeks to understand the current levels of awareness and most pressing challenges facing professionals in supporting children’s mental health in their everyday practice.
Working It Out has been funded by the Sidney Myer Fund and the Pride Foundation to develop a training package for disability support organisations to be more LGBTIQ+ inclusive.
The Tasmania Project — Young People’s Voices research team is interested in hearing what young Tasmanians (aged 9-17) think about their own and Tasmania’s future, and their experiences since COVID-19 began. They also want to hear from parents/guardians about their thoughts on their child(ren)’s experiences during this time, as well as their own opinions.
All children and young people in Tasmania up to the age of 25, as well as their parents, carers, service providers, and other members of the community are encouraged to participate and help develop Tasmania’s first whole of government Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy for 0 to 25-year-olds.
Primary Health Tasmania (PHT), in partnership with PDF Management, is currently investigating the use of primary health care services by people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. This survey seeks your views on this important issue. It should only take a few minutes to complete and it will help shape future health services in Tasmania.
Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania would really appreciate your thoughts and time in completing a short survey to help guide the free training and support provided by Partners in Culturally Appropriate Care (PICAC) Tasmania into the future.
The Children and Young People\’s Voices Survey has been supported by the Commissioner for Children and Young People to ensure that the voices of Tasmanians aged between 9 and 17 years and their parents are included in planning our future.
Broadcasting Your Voice will work with people with disabilities to build and strengthen their voices through learning and developing skills in speaking on broadcast media. You can help design our project by completing a short survey. The survey asks about past experience with a range of media and future hopes regarding speaking on television, radio, podcasts or YouTube.
AHURI invite you to participate in a national research project on housing policies and practices affecting older (age 55 and over) Australians on lower incomes. We are investigating whether existing housing options adequately address the needs of this group, and whether there are alternative models that could be developed further.
Thanks so much for participating in Seniors Week 2020. As you know; for a while earlier in the year it looked like it wasn’t going to happen. But thanks to a responsible government and community, the COVID-19 threat was minimised and we were able to go ahead with the 22nd consecutive Seniors Week — the 10th organised by COTA Tasmania.