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Some resources to help you, help your kids!

While nearly 500 people made the most of the opportunity to hear from leading child and adolescent psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg’s during his visit to the Upper Hunter earlier this week, we realise plenty more couldn't make it.  We took plenty of notes and below...

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Leading Australian

The Where there’s a Will Foundation is urging parents and carers in the Upper Hunter to make the most of the opportunity to attend an information evening with Dr Michael Carr Gregg - one of Australia’s leading experts in child and teenage mental health - when he...

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Volunteer Positions Available

Upper Hunter Where there’s a Will have grown in leaps and bounds throughout 2017 and as such we need to recruit some more volunteers to our team. A few of the positions that we urgently need assistance with include the following: Merchandise Coordinator Town Community...

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The Year in Review – Building a Positive Community

It’s coming to the end of our first full year of operation and what has been accomplished is a little beyond our wildest dreams.  Thanks to the extraordinary fundraising efforts and the willingness of so many in the Upper Hunter to step up and meet the challenge of...

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What is Positive Education??

Delivering 'Positive Education' to children of the Upper Hunter is the primary goal of Where there's a Will. We talk about it A LOT so we thought we'd provide our supporters with an overview of what it's all about. "Before we can ever begin to understand Positive...

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The Year That Was – Student Leadership intiatives

Retired School Principal Lindy Hunt who is overseeing the Student Leadership programmes for Where there's a Will has provided the following overview of the work that has happened over the past 12 months to develop students who are able to drive Positive Education...

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100 Scone teens trained in Mental Health First Aid

“There are teachers and parents who worry that we have these conversations, but we know that people aged between 16-24 are thinking about suicide more than any other age group and the worst thing you can do is ignore it,” Ahern said.
“The conversations we’ve been having are reassuring teenagers that it’s ok to address sticky issues like mental health and suicide.”

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Polly Yuille
E: media@uhwheretheresawill.com.au
P: 0407 908 746

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