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Building blocks: best practice programs that improve the wellbeing of children and young people – edition one

by Commissioner for Children and Young People WA

Report
Year 2012
City Perth
Institution Commissioner for Children and Young People WA
Date February 2012

Abstract

This report, prepared by the Commissioner for Children and Young People in Western Australia, provides the details of 82 evidence-based programs from WA and across Australia. These programs demonstrate best or promising practice and all aim to increase the wellbeing of children and young people. Each program addresses at least one of the eight areas of wellbeing:

  • health and safety
  • education
  • material wellbeing
  • family and peer relationships
  • participation
  • subjective wellbeing
  • behaviours and risks
  • environment.

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