This year - Term 1, 2020 a new web portal will be available for parents, principals, school staff and health professionals.
The In-School Cancer Awareness Program aligns with the national curriculum for health and physical education. Tailored, individual support to your students impacted by cancer .
Epilepsy ACT provides both online and in-house training to early childhood educators and to school staff. It only takes 3 steps to become an Epilepsy Smart School.
Cancer Council 13 11 20 is a free, confidential telephone information and support service run by Cancer Councils in each state and territory.
Asthma Australia ACT provides online asthma training and resources for early childhood Educators and school staff. We support schools to create Asthma Friendly environments and help people with asthma to breathe better.
An information booklet for young women promoting hepatitis awareness and prevention through an age appropriate focus on blood awareness and body art.
An information booklet for young men promoting hepatitis awareness and prevention through an age appropriate focus on blood awareness and body art.
A teaching resource about hepatitis. This is designed for teachers of high school and college students. It includes classroom activities, black line masters and information about hepatitis.
Our national resource for school staff, Cancer in the School Community, provides information and tips to help you navigate all stages of cancer. Anailable in print and online.
The following students activities are designed by Dairy Australia to stimulate, challenge, and to help promote optimal bone health in the classroom. ACT teachers can download a healthy bones lesson plan too.
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) is a general name for several kinds of arthritis. “Juvenile” means that it affects young people, “idiopathic” means that we don’t know what the cause is, and “arthritis” means inflammation of the joints. Rad more about JLA .