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Thriving Kids Queensland Partnership

The Thriving Queensland Kids Partnership (TQKP) is a Queensland-focused initiative, auspiced by ARACY, committed to the shared goal of ‘catalysing systems to change the odds for Queensland children and young people to thrive’ through building cross-sectoral connections among leaders and organisations, strengthening existing efforts and innovating to better support children and young people, families and communities. Find out more at

Queensland Health

Child Health provides family-centred services for children from birth to 12 years within the context of their family and community. They deliver specialist care in the areas of child growth and developmental, responsive parenting support and information while promoting emotional wellbeing of the family unit. Services are provided in a variety of contexts from community centres, clinics, playgroups to family home.

Child Health services work collaboratively with relevant government and non-government agencies to address issues affecting families.

The Cairns Institute at JCU

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Department of Education

Equity and excellence is our vision for a progressive, high performing education system realising the potential of every student.

One of our priority areas is Starting Strong where Early Childhood sets critical foundations for wellbeing and learning through quality early childhood education and early years services. Our commitment is to support families, early childhood education and care services and schools to positively transition children from home to quality early learning services, kindergarten and schools.

We are giving all children a great start through free kindergarten, engaging young people in learning, creating safe and inclusive workplaces and investing in communities for a stronger Queensland.

Act For Kids

Act for Kids is a for-purpose organisation that delivers evidence-led professional therapy and support services to children and families who have experienced or are at risk of harm.

Our dedicated team of psychologists, speech therapists, early education specialists, counsellors, occupational therapists and family support workers have helped hundreds of thousands of children and families since 1988.

Act for Kids operates 30 centres across Australia and has a team of over 450 staff from Adelaide all the way up to the Cape York Peninsula. Our services have expanded to include integrated therapy, support for vulnerable families, special workshops to empower kids and safe houses in remote Aboriginal communities.

Through prevention, treatment, research, education and advocacy, we are committed to supporting thousands of children, young people and their families. Find out more at

Department of Child Safety

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The Benevolent Society

At the Benevolent Society, we believe everyone – young and old – should be able to live their best life. That is why our teams have been helping to support Australian families for more than 200 years. We provide learning and development care to help children and parents thrive through play and specialist programs such as: Early Years Centres, community events, Early Childhood Education Centres, child and family psychology, occupational therapy, specialist case management, and other allied health support. Our teams provide help every step of the way as every child’s situation is unique and strive to build nurturing and caring foundations for all families involved.

Mission Australia

At Mission Australia we are a ‘Partner in the Community’ for the NDIS.

The Early Childhood Service supports children aged 0 to 6 years with permanent and significant disability and/or developmental delays and their families to access early intervention supports and services under the NDIS.

Our Local Area Coordinators (LACs) help people with permanent/significant disability aged 7 to 64 years to understand and access the NDIS and develop and use their NDIS plan. We also work more broadly with our local communities to increase accessibility and inclusivity and share info/resources to build capacity of people with disability and/or developmental delays to access NDIS/non-NDIS (mainstream/community) supports and services across the region.

Wuchopperen Health Services


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