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Wellbeing

Working with the community to strengthen children and young people’s wellbeing is the core function of the Commissioner’s role.

Consulting children and young people on what wellbeing means to them and what influences their wellbeing, was one of the first major projects undertaken by the Commissioner.


Reports

Reports

Indicators of Wellbeing

The Commissioner has developed this practical online data resource to monitor and report on the wellbeing of WA’s children and young people.

Discussion paper - Children and young people's vulnerability

Profile of children and young people in WA - November 2017

Oversight of services for children and young people in Western Australia

Oversight of services for children and young people in Western Australia

Policy Briefs

Policy Briefs

Policy brief - Recreation

Policy brief - Children and young people speak out about education and safety at school

Children and young people speak out about education and safety at school

Adolescent health

Developed from the Commissioner's 2014 Wellbeing Monitoring Framework

Submissions

Submissions

Submission to National Action Plan for Children's Health: 2020-2030, January 2019

The Commissioner's has provided recommendations to the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth on the development of the National Action Plan for Children's Health: 2020-2030.

Submission to the Department of Communities, December 2017

'Better Choices: Youth in WA' discussion paper, WA Youth Strategy

Submission to the Medicare Benefits Schedule Review, August 2017

Recommendation regarding HEADSS Adolescent Psychosocial Risk Assessments

Submission to the Service Priority Review Panel, July 2017

Letter of priorities for the Government's Service Priority Review

Events

Events

Vulnerability Speaker Series 2018

The series brings together national and distinguished WA leaders to explore new approaches to address the challenges facing vulnerable WA children and young people and inform effective responses.

Using data and best practice programs to improve wellbeing

Presentations were delivered at seminars on 17 and 23 July 2014 on Using data and best practice programs to improve wellbeing

Thinker in Residence 2013

Canadian early childhood expert, Dr Stuart Shanker, examined the function and application of self-regulation as a factor in improving the wellbeing of children and young people in Western Australia.

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