Positive Living Skills is incredibly proud to be working in partnership with the Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSWPHN) to be supporting early learning communities across Western NSW.
As more and more families worry about the mental health of their children, educators across the Western NSW region are accessing a funded 3 year subscription to the evidence based Positive Living Skills Early Childhood Wellbeing platform, which supports them with fun and play based online resources that teach preventative mental health, boost educator capacity and strengthen family partnerships.
After partnering with the WNSWPHN a couple of years ago to support more than 75 primary schools in the region, now family day care (FDC) educators, preschools and long day care services are signing up to embrace the resilience and wellbeing initiative with FULL FUNDING support.
The region has seen more than enough challenge and heart break over recent years with drought, flood, fire and the pandemic, so this support is being warmly welcomed.
Good news is that funding spaces are still available. Interested parties can learn more, register interest and take advantage of this opportunity by visiting https://www.early-childhood.positivelivingskills.com.au/wnswphn-funding and those who would like to attend a 'live' online information session on March 28th can register HERE.
Prime7 News in Orange recently featured the benefit of the program in the region in their nightly news bulletin.
If you know someone in the Western NSW region who is involved in early education, please share this email with them so we can support more communities.
Until next time,
The PLS team