The Commissioner for Children and Young People developed the Wellbeing Monitoring Framework to monitor and report on the wellbeing of Western Australian children and young people.
The Framework consists of three different types of data and research. Edition Two reports were published in July 2014 and update Edition One, published in February 2012.
The State of Western Australia’s Children and Young People - Edition Two
Provides a picture of how children and young people are faring according to 40 key measures of children and young people's wellbeing. The report can be used by agencies to determine areas where children and young people’s wellbeing is of concern and where resources should be allocated.
Building Blocks – Best practice programs that improve the wellbeing of children and young people
Together, Building Blocks Edition One and Edition Two list and describe 126 best practice and promising programs from WA and other states and territories. The reports can be used by agencies to identify evidence-based programs that may be suitable, with adaption for local needs, to address areas where children and young people’s wellbeing is of concern.
Profile of Children and Young People in Western Australia
Contains a range of socio-demographic information based on existing research and data. In 2014, this report was published within The State of Western Australia’s Children and Young People – Edition Two. The report can be used by agencies to access information that is relevant to the allocation of resources for children and young people across the State.
Information sessions scheduled for July are fully booked.
For more information about the Wellbeing Monitoring Framework, contact the Commissioner's office on (08) 6213 2297 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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