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The Centre and its partners have identified the core components of localised early years service responses and what is needed to ensure their success.
Babies with hearing loss now have access to CMV screening at their Royal Children’s Hospital audiology appointment.
Changing Children’s Chances is delivering robust evidence to inform more effective and precise policy decisions.
The latest evaluation will inform the state-wide rollout of the Mental Health in Primary Schools initiative by 2026.
We're marking a decade of our Pathway to Good Health clinics.
The Centre worked with the Telethon Kids Institute to produce the AEDC Data Story series.
A new snapshot shares insights on how to measure schools’ readiness for change.
Platforms is a place-based, community-led approach developed by the Centre.
Established in 1994, the Centre for Community Child Health (CCCH) works in partnership with communities to support the health, development and wellbeing of all children.
Together, we can make this the healthiest generation ever.
The Raising Children Network has new resources to help parents support their child’s development in the early years.
Raisingchildren.net.au is hosting a webinar to help parents manage tantrums.
A new blog explores Healthier Wealthier Families and how it's helping families reduce financial hardship.
Changing Children’s Chances have published two research snapshots on stacking interventions to reduce childhood inequities.
Our policy submissions have been referenced in recent government reports and recommendations.
GenV recently celebrated 100,000 children, parents and caregivers joining!
Play ideas to help children with diverse abilities relieve stress after trauma are now available on raisingchilden.net.au.
Best Start facilitators share insights on how to increase participation in kindergarten, Supported Playgroups and the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) service.
This blog outlines and explains six domains of practice for becoming a more effective QI coach
The first blog in a new series on quality improvement, and its role in early childhood service and system change.
Adapting service delivery, engaging families and rethinking how to capture impact are some of the ways early years services are using QI to help them respond to COVID-19.
This blog post explores how COVID-19 has helped and hindered the use of quality improvement.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series and explores ethical considerations for innovation and community and systems change.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series. Opportunities in place explores how place-based approaches can enable meaningful shifts in system conditions and improve the wellbeing of children and families.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series and explores alternative ways of resourcing to enable innovation, strengthen community partnerships and support social change.
The Centre for Community Child Health is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.