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TeEACH becomes Australasian HOPE Network partner - September 2022
As part of our HOPE'ful approach to supporting children and families event in September 2022, we announced the formal HOPE Network partnership with Tufts Medical Center for the Australasian region.
Director, Professor Rebekah Grace lead the event and talked about the application and applicability of the HOPE framework in different communities in Australia, including the Aboriginal communities.
Professor Bob Sege joined us from the School of Medicine at Tufts University and is the HOPE National Resource Center Director in the United States.
The HOPE framework is taking hold across Australia. In 2023 we will be continuing our efforts in the community and embedding the framework into many of the projects that we embark.
CUBS Report Launch - 8th March 2023, 2pm
The Hon. Sarah Mitchell MLC, Minister for Education and Early Learning will be joining us to respond to the research and address government policies in early childhood and supporting children in disadvantaged communities.
The Check-ups Before School (CUBS) pilot project, operated in pre-schools, child care centres and community hubs within the Mt Druitt (2770) postcode area from 2019 to 2022 (August). The research project was conducted by a team from TeEACH in collaboration with The Hive during the pilot phase of the CUBS program to explore its impact and inform decision-making with respect to program sustainability and scale-up.Register Now
Demonstrating the impact of a volunteer family support program: Insights from an RCT - 11 May 2022