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Happier kids start here.

TALi has compiled a kit chock-full of information, activities and advice for maintaining the good mental health of your children during the Coronavirus shutdown.

We’ve drawn from the skills of our team, as well as other expert organisations in the field of children’s health and wellbeing, to ensure your family is provided with the opportunity to flourish during this trying time.

If you wish to speak with Team TALi,please email David

at dturnbull@talihealth.com or phone 1300 082 013

Contact Team TALi

 

The HAPPIER KIDS KIT includes:

 

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Helping kids cope with COVID-19

A guide to easing anxiety during uncertainty.

Read the article

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Bonding with your children

How to turn this stressful time into quality time.

Read the article

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Teaching kids good technology habits

Tips for managing the ‘electronic babysitter’.

Read the article

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Handling kids while working from home

Tips for ensuring your sanity as a parent!

Read the article

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Attention-building games and activities

How to have fun while learning and attention-strengthening.

Read the article

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Resources from the TALi community

More handy stuff from other experts.

Resources

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TALi Colouring pages

Here are some fun colouring pages for your kids you can download and print

 

Access the pages

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Tips for learning from home

TALi's top tips on kids learning from home.

 

Read the article

How can TALi help?

There are a number of ways TALi can support your little people during this time of COVID-19. Most powerfully, we can help turn a negative situation into something positive. How?

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Identify and assist children who are struggling with attention

The TALi program can help you identify children or students — those aged between three and eight years old — who are likely to struggle (or already struggling) with attention, and then provide these children with assistance in strengthening their attention skills.

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Early intervention is key

The age range of three to eight is an important time because this is when early intervention can make a huge difference in helping children get the most out of their lives, especially those who are neurodiverse.

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Supported by 25 years of neuroscientific research

We know all kids love to play games on their tablet devices. TALi has the only game-based apps that are designed to target all three attention domains — sustained, selective and executive — and our training program is supported by 25 years of neuroscientific research for fine-tuning the delivery of our program.

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Accessible via a tablet device

The only thing participating children need is a tablet device, and then the TALi program can be completed at home — perfect for making the COVID-19 shutdown a productive time for helping your kids grow and learn.

Talk to us about starting your TALi journey now

If you wish to speak with Team TALi,

please email David at dturnbull@talihealth.com or phone 1300 082 013

Contact Team TALi

 

Resources from the TALi community

 

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Supporting home-based learning

ABC TV Education

ABC’s expansion of educational resources

Read the resources

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Explaining the Coronavirus to children

Nosy Crow

Answers key questions appropriate for kids

Read the book

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5 Minute Move | Kids workout

The Body Coach TV

Workout appropriate for kids who are stuck inside

Watch the video

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Mindfulness Meditations for Kids

Kinderling

Meditations perfect for early learners

 

 

Listen to the episode

 

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Supporting children to cope with the Coronavirus pandemic

Royal Children's Hospital

How to best support children to cope with the Coronavirus pandemic

 

Read the article

 

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Learning from home in a school setting

Department of Education and Training Victoria

Advice for schools about how they can ensure learning continuity for their students

Read the resources

(Refer to your State's education body)

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Hello, I am a virus

Mindheart.co

A simple way to explain COVID-19 to little ones

Read the article

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For NDIS Participants

Every Australian Counts

Information for NDIS participants and families about Coronavirus

Read the resources

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For the Autism community

Amaze

Numerous links to government info and other resources

Read the resources

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Supporting children

Emerging Minds

A curated selection of resources (video, fact sheets and tips)

Read the resources

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For families and carers of kids

Telethon Kids Institute

Includes video on Coronavirus and kids with ASD

Read the article

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COVID-19 worrying your kids?

Kids Helpline

A 24/7 phone line, email or chat for kids to get their own info

Read the article

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Advice for worried kids

Little Mumma’s Creations

Illustrated free eBook that speaks directly to kids

Read the article

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Voices of Youth

UNICEF

A place for young people to be heard

Read the article

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Home learning class timetable

gavinmccormack.com.au

Timetable and resources for learning from home

Read the article