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Students Present Sleep Hygiene Study

Tweddle students

By Kerrie Gottliebsen

Tweddle recently had the pleasure of providing placement for ACU Occupational Therapy students Eleanor Barry and Amelia Ford. At the completion of their placement they presented a Sleep Hygiene project to staff.  Their research and presentation was excellent and confirmed how sleep was vital to the mental health and functioning of parents, babies, toddlers and […]

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Student Placements Shaping Future Workforces at Tweddle

Students at Tweddle

By Kerrie Gottliebsen

Tweddle partners with various universities to provide student placements. Universities include RMIT, La Trobe, ACU, Monash and Deakin. Student qualifications include Maternal & Child Health Nursing, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Paramedicine, Art Therapy and Psychology. Students have worked on a range of projects which provide family friendly information for residential parents, carers and children. Projects […]

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Partnerships and Pop Ups for Multiple Birth Awareness Week

By Kerrie Gottliebsen

Tweddle’s new partnership with the Westgate Multiple Birth Association was celebrated yesterday with a Pop Up Playgroup at Tweddle. The Herald Sun, which reported on the event, said that people are being reminded of the extra needs of parents of twins and greater multiples. Early parenting centre and sleep specialist Tweddle partnered with the Westgate […]

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Multiple Birth Awareness Week 2021 – Zygosity

Multiple Birth Awareness Week at Tweddle

By Kerrie Gottliebsen

Tweddle has had the great pleasure of meeting with the Westgate Division of The Australian Multiple Birth Association (WMBA) to formalise a new partnership. This will see a number of exciting initiatives unveiled throughout the year. The first event will take place during Australian Multiple Birth Awareness Week (21-28 March), a facilitated multiples playgroup for […]

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Closing the Gap on Health Equity So Children and Families Thrive

Close the Gap at Tweddle 2021

By Kerrie Gottliebsen

The national Close The Gap day is a reminder of the role that Tweddle, a state-wide family health and early parenting organisation, plays in helping to improve and influence health outcomes for Aboriginal families, children and their communities. Closing the Gap acknowledges the ongoing strength and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in sustaining […]

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More than a Sleep School to Thousands of Parents

Tweddle on House of Wellness

By Kerrie Gottliebsen

Tweddle might be renown as a 100+ year old Sleep School but we are so much more than that, as illustrated by this Tweddle ‘Baby Sleep’ profile on Channel 7’s House of Wellness. Parents Laura and Chris who are interviewed in the segment, talk about how their early parenting journey was taken off course by […]

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Sleep and Settling Training Launches for State’s MCH Workforce

Tweddle Sleep and Settling training

By Kerrie Gottliebsen

Tweddle is delighted to join with the Victorian State Government to launch the first stage of the state-wide Maternal and Child Health workforce Sleep and Settling Training. The training was launched at the MCH Conference by Minister for Health Martin Foley. The six online training modules, developed in partnership with the Centre for Excellence in […]

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Mental Health Inquiry Recommendations Highlight Needs of Infants, Children and Families

Tweddle parenting programs

By Kerrie Gottliebsen

Tweddle welcomes the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System. The Board, management and staff are grateful to Premier Daniel Andrews who has committed to the full implementation of the Royal Commission’s recommendations. The inclusion of a commitment to substantial ongoing investment into services and infrastructure that supports babies, toddlers and their […]

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