Recruitment has now ceased for Minds Together online program

Thank you for your interest in the trial of Minds Together for family day care educators.

Due to an overwhelming number of responses, we have now ceased recruitment and are unable to accept further trial participants.

If you are interested in receiving updates on the outcomes of the trial, or updates on future projects on mental health in early childhood, please sign-up to our mailing list.

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New program being trialled to support children’s mental health

Everymind is conducting a national trial of a new eight-week online program, Minds Together for family day care educators, which aims to enhance capacity and confidence around promoting children’s mental health.

Recruitment has now ceased and we are no longer accepting educators into the trial. Outcomes from the trial will be shared with the early childhood education sector in late 2020. If you are interested in receiving updates, please contact us via email.

Informed by Australian family day care educators and early childhood education experts, Minds Together outlines the knowledge, skills and practices family day care educators need to support children’s wellbeing and provide early intervention when needed. The program also encourages educators to reflect on their own mental health and wellbeing.

This project is being conducted by researchers from Everymind, as part of The Prevention Hub, funded by the Federal Department of Health.

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