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VACANCYREGIONAL MANAGER - SOUTHERN SYDNEY REGION• Leading NFP Disability...

Posted by Rose Kouchak - 3rd Jul 15, 01:12 PM

VACANCY REGIONAL MANAGER - SOUTHERN SYDNEY REGION • Leading NFP Disability Organisation with a strong learning culture • Competitive salary, above award benefits and generous salary sacrificing options. • Permanent Full-time, senior Management role. Lifestart is a leading NGO that supports children and young people living with disabilities or delay aged 0-24 years, their families, and carers. We are currently looking to recruit a Regional Manager for the Southern region.

Lifestart Co-operative are seeking highly motivated and proficient Family Services...

Posted by Rose Kouchak - 17th Jun 15, 01:32 PM

Lifestart Co-operative are seeking highly motivated and proficient Family Services Professionals to help deliver our supports across the following locations; (1) North West Sydney Region (2) South Eastern Sydney Region (3) Northern Sydney Region. These positions are permanent full time roles, with an option for part-time (minimum 3 day engagement per week).

Shoal Data comparisons 2009-2012: This was shared by Suzi and...

Posted by Tania PD McInnes - 30th Apr 15, 02:26 PM

Shoal Data comparisons 2009-2012: This was shared by Suzi and Teresa came to our Families NSW Child and Family Network Champions meeting late last year. Some of you may already have had copies and or used the website to locate this info Great to keep handy for ref. For more info and or support contact Suzie: NSW AEDC Coordinator Student Engagement and Interagency Programs NSW Department of Education and Communities T: 9244 5032 E: [email protected] http://www.aedi.org.au/

Brain development in children: Australian Early Development CensusBrain development...

Posted by Tania PD McInnes - 9th Dec 14, 05:22 PM

Brain development in children: Australian Early Development Census Brain development in children: "A child’s brain develops in response to both genes and the environment. It is the interaction between the genes and environment that really shape the developing brain; a dance between biology and experience..." A great factsheet from AEDC...

Brain development in children: Australian Early Development CensusBrain development...

Posted by Tania PD McInnes - 9th Dec 14, 05:22 PM

Brain development in children: Australian Early Development Census Brain development in children: "A child’s brain develops in response to both genes and the environment. It is the interaction between the genes and environment that really shape the developing brain; a dance between biology and experience..." A great factsheet from AEDC...

OECD warns 3yr olds in Australia missing out on early...

Posted by Tania PD McInnes - 11th Sep 14, 02:47 PM

OECD warns 3yr olds in Australia missing out on early ed.: source: 10/9/14 - Community Child Care Co-operative NSW [[email protected]]; on behalf of; Community Child Care Co-operative NSW [[email protected]] "OECD warns that three year olds in Australia are missing out on early education Education at a Glance: OECD Indicators which shows the state of education around the world was released today.

Survey: Australian Early Development Census (formerly Index): From: Biurra, Teresa [...

Posted by Tania PD McInnes - 28th Aug 14, 03:03 PM

Survey: Australian Early Development Census (formerly Index): From: Biurra, Teresa [mailto:[email protected]] Good afternoon colleagues, I am writing to seek your assistance in gathering information as to how people are engaging with the Australian Early Development Census (formerly Index) and, from their experience, what barriers if any, they have faced in using the AEDC data.

AEDI Research Snapshot: Jurisdictional differences in the wellbeing of five...

Posted by Tania PD McInnes - 19th Dec 13, 10:43 PM

AEDI Research Snapshot: Jurisdictional differences in the wellbeing of five year olds: "...This research project uses the 2009 Australian Early Development Index (AEDI) data to explore population level patterns of child health and development across Australian jurisdictions, considering socioeconomic and demographic characteristics, in order to begin to understand how differences in universal services from 0 to 5 years might contribute to jurisdictional differences in developmental

AEDI Research Snapshot: predictive validity of AEDI:Predicting later cognitive +...

Posted by Tania PD McInnes - 19th Dec 13, 10:41 PM

AEDI Research Snapshot: predictive validity of AEDI:Predicting later cognitive +behavioural outcomes: "...This Research Snapshot reports results from two independent
research studies. These research studies investigate how well the
AEDI predicts a child’s later literacy, numeracy and other cognitive
and behavioural outcomes.
http://www.rch.org.au/uploadedFiles/Main/Content/aedi/ResearchSnapshot_PredictiveValidity_1212.pdf