Children's Day Celebration 2022
Children's Week Celebration with the Kutalayna Collective and their partners was a great success!
Katrina Willing from Oral Health Services, Department of Health, Bridgewater:
'Children's Week Celebration was a great engagement experience for our Oral Health Services to connect with the community!
Our oral health team collected fourteen new contacts at the Kutalayna Collective's Children's Week Celebration, of these families who wished to book oral health checks, seven were new families to our service.'
Thank you to all to all of our partners who participated! And a big thanks to Jack the Jumper for attending Tasmania!
Connected Beginnings National Gathering 2022
Connected Beginnings National Gathering. Hosted By SNAICC - National Voice for our Children.
We listened, shared and were inspired.
Connected Beginnings Lutruwita was privileged to present on Turrabal and Yuggerah Country to share our journey at the Connected Beginnings National Celebration in Brisbane.
Connected Beginnings lutruwita is proudly supported by the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre
Connected Beginnings is an Australian Government initiative.
Early Years Summit 2023
Raylene Foster attends the Early Years Action Summit with Minister Dr Anne Aly
Raylene Foster: 'The Early Years Summit really is hitting the mark for the future of our children, families and the importance of realignment of how we deliver policy that is embedded in children and families voices.'
First 1000 Days Australia Training
First 1000 Days Australia training in Lutruwita/Tasmania this week with Connected Beginnings Lutruwita/Tasmania partners.
An amazing learning experience and opportunity to learn about child-centred strategies for the First 1000 Days, and the cultural determinants of health and wellbeing during the early years.
Thank you Kerry for such a transformational learning experience!
Minister Dr Anne Aly Visits Kutalayna Collective
The Kutalayna Collective, Connected Beginnings Lutruwita/Tasmania, had the pleasure of meeting Minister Dr. Anne Aly in Bridgewater, Tasmania.
Minister Aly has been leading the development of a Commonwealth Early Years Strategy, which represents a new integrated, holistic, whole-of-government approach between Commonwealth programs and services that impact child development.
Ruby Woolnough welcomed Minister Aly to country, and a rich discussion was held by the Kutalayna Collective about the importance of a united commitment to ensure that children aged five and below are healthy and have the best start in life.