Children's Wellbeing Continuum
online resourceposted on 2022-09-09, 05:54 authored by Simone DarlingSimone Darling, FRANK OBERKLAIDFRANK OBERKLAID
The Children's Wellbeing Continuum is an evidence-based tool designed to support conversations about children’s wellbeing.
The four anchor points of the Children’s Wellbeing Continuum range from Good through to Coping, Struggling and Overwhelmed. The Continuum is not a screening or diagnostic tool.
By enabling parents, teachers and children to more easily discuss and reflect on wellbeing, the Continuum can support health literacy, and early identification and action when children are struggling.
The Continuum was developed by the Centre for Community Child Health, a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of the Murdoch Children's Research Institute.