Kids health

  • Share the journey this Mental Health Month

    Mental illness affects one in five Australians. The World Health Organisation estimates between 10-20% of children and adolescents worldwide experience mental health disorders, with half of these occurring before the age of 14.

  • Asthma education for our culturally diverse community

    The Aiming for Asthma Improvement in Children Program (AAIC), an initiative of the Respiratory Department at SCH, has won the Multilingual Health Information Awards, Patient Safety Category, for their newly developed and translated resources around ‘Working together towards asthma improvement and zero deaths’.
  • Families the focus in Child Protection

    “Children need adults around them, including parents, family, friends, teachers, health professionals, coaches, community mentors and leaders to recognise child protection concerns and to know how to respond appropriately,” said Calli Goninan, Senior Social Worker at The Children’s H

  • Speech pathology in focus

    This week is Speech Pathology Week, so we spoke to Cyrena Bluck-Madden, Speech Pathologist at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, to

  • Network to deliver cutting-edge therapy for cancer patients

    Children in NSW will now no longer have to travel to the US or interstate for special immunotherapy used to treat aggressive acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

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