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Long and Winding Road
Neuroscience and common sense are decisive: the earlier we nurture children’s minds and hearts, the better lives they will live as adults. Yet, despite some tentative steps, we still wait too long. International child trauma expert Dr Bruce Perry and Berry Street’s Annette Jackson say we might have to look at our own brain responses to understand why.
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They’re no longer little children and not yet adolescents, but they are at a crucial point of transition. Paula Grogan looks at growing concerns that we are missing a vital moment ... Read More

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As we open a new year and lead up to the November 2014 State Election, the focus of this edition of Insight is on the most vulnerable of Victorians: its children. It includes a ... Read More