The Network provides Hubs with resources and learning opportunities to help drive improvements in children’s health and wellbeing.
Capacity building activities include hosting webinars that showcase good practice and delve into issues related to Child and Family Hubs. This work also includes sharing information, evidence and resources and supporting the work of member organisations. Future activities of the Network will include support for a Community of Practice or learning and collaborative opportunities to foster an exchange of ideas and facilitate the development of peer networks.
A vision for a better system: the role of Child and Family Hubs
The Network’s first webinar was held on 29 November 2023. The webinar featured members of the Network exploring the benefits of Child and Family Hubs and what we need to do to optimise hubs from a research, policy, service delivery and advocacy perspective.
Panellists: Anne Hollonds, Jo Goulding, Andrew Resetti, Emma Sydenham, Dr Suzy Honisett. Host: Prof Sharon Goldfeld.
National Child and Family Hubs Network members span various disciplines and have a shared interest in Child and Family Hubs. The Network acknowledges the support of the Ian Potter Foundation, ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course (Life Course Centre) and Children’s Health Queensland.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.